Functions and duties of individuals in a court of law
This document provides an introduction to the section outlining the different functions and duties of individuals in a court of law.
Role of the judge
Judges in a court of law are appointed by the President. Who can be appointed as a judge and what is their role?
Role of the tipstaff
This document describes the role of the tipstaff in a court of law.
Court Registrars in Ireland are public servants. Find out about the role and function of Court Registrars.
Role and function of a barrister in a court of law.
Junior and senior counsel
This document describes the roles and functions of junior and senior counsel in a court of law.
Solicitors have a wide range of functions. Overview of the role and function of solicitors in a court of law.
Role of the jury
The jury fulfils a very important role in the legal system in Ireland. Who are the jury and why is a jury not required in every case?
What is jury service? Find out how members of juries in Ireland are selected, contacted and your employment rights.
The role of witnesses
A witness in Ireland is someone who has been called to give evidence in a court of law. What is the role of a witness in a case?
Court stenographers keep verbatim records of proceedings in a court of law. Why are these records retained?
This document discusses the role and function of court reporters in a court of law.
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