Diplock courts were a type of court established by the Government of the United Kingdom in Northern Ireland on 8 August 1973 during The Troubles.
Diplock courts, the non-jury trials in which thousands of Northern Ireland terrorist suspects have been tried since 1973, are to be abolished by next summer.
Northern Ireland has travelled one year down the uncertain path to peace. In the changing political climate, modifications to the legal process which were effected in ...
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Diplock court (ˈdɪplɒk) n (Law) in Northern Ireland, a court of law designed to try cases linked with terrorism. In order to prevent the intimidation of jurors ...
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Police Brutality, Torture and the Diplock Courts in Northern Ireland: The Guardian Investigates
Per Lord Carswell, concluding that the Trial Judge was not lawfully justified for his "main criticism".