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The courts system in Ireland has its origins in the 1922 Constitution which was enacted on the foundation of the Irish Free State.
The Irish Court was established in 1922 Constitution which was enacted on the
foundation of the Irish Free State.
Ireland Structure of the courts:Supreme Court
The court of final appeal in civil and criminal matters. Appeals may be made only where the Court grants permission in limited circumstances as set out in the Constitution.
Can decide on the constitutionality of a bill if referred to it by the President.
Can determine a question of the permanent incapacity of the President if it arises.
Most cases are dealt with by three judges though up to seven judges can sit.
High CourtHas full original jurisdiction in, and power to determine, all matters, whether of law or fact, civil and criminal.
Power to determine the validity of any law having regard to the Constitution.
Appeal court from the Circuit Court in civil matters
Central Criminal CourtCriminal division of the High Court. Tries serious crime including murder, rape, treason and piracy.
Court of AppealDeals with appeals from the High Court in civil cases and appeals from the Circuit Criminal Court, the Central Criminal Court, or the Special Criminal Court in criminal cases. Cases are dealt with by three judges.
Court of limited and local jurisdiction organised on a regional basis.
Civil: Claims up to the value of €75,0000.
Family Law: Divorce, judicial separation, nullity and other ancillary matters.
Criminal: Jury trial of offences other than those triable in the
Central Criminal Court.
Appeal court from the District Court in all matters.
Special Criminal Court
District CourtCourt of limited and local jurisdiction organized on a local basis.
Civil: Claims up to the value of €15,000.
Family law: Maintenance, custody, access and domestic violence.
Criminal: Non-jury trial of offences including most road traffic offences.
The Small Claims Procedure operates within the District Court
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