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This book comprises selected essays on issues in crime and punishment prior to the foundation of the State. The editors preface the collection with an introduction and, more importantly, the book contains a bibliography detailing scholarly writings that have appeared on the subject between 1922 and 2002. Not only of interest to historians, this book should find a captive audience among sociologists, solicitors and barristers, as well as those looking for insights into the foundation of the modern Irish judicial and policing system.
Dr Ian O'Donnell is Deputy Director, Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law, NUI Dublin.Professor Finbarr McAuley is Jean Monnet Professor of European Criminal Law, Faculty of Law, NUI Dublin.