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Designed to give a clear and accessible account of criminal procedure in Northern Ireland, the book opens with an introductory chapter on the criminal courts. After this, it takes the reader through the various different stages in the criminal process, beginning with the law relating to arrest and summons and ending with the final disposal of an appeal. There are also chapters dealing with the criminal process as it relates to children and young persons, and with the anti-terrorism provisions. It presents a bird's-eye view of the law as it stands at present.