No.-17-Making-Rights-Count-October-1990 This pamphlet is the result of long and detailed discussion within and without the CAJ over the past five years. During that time a large number of people have had an input into the pamphlet’s form and content, even though the final product may bare little resemblance to very early drafts.
No.-16-Cause-for-Complaint-May-1990 This Report was prepared for the Committee on the Administration of Justice by Tim Moran, a law student at Harvard University who spent ten weeks in Northern Ireland during the summer of 1989. It was largely compiled from notes he took during interviews which he conducted with a wide variety of participants in the...
No.-15-Plastic-Bullets-and-the-Law-March-1990 Plastic bullets, officially called baton rounds, were first introduced as a riot control weapon by the British Army in Northern Ireland in 1973. The Royal Ulster Constabulary began to use them in 1978. Since then more than 54,000 rounds have been fired and the weapon has completely replaced rubber bullets. Late in 1989, re-affirmed...
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