Human Rights

The introduction of the Human Rights Act 1998 has impacted every area of law since it was implemented in October 2000 in Northern Ireland.

The Human Rights Act protects the fundamental human rights identified by the European Convention of Human Rights and ratifies them as part of our domestic law.

The protected rights include the right to life, the right to freedom from torture and inhuman degrading treatment, the right to be made aware of the specific charges & the nature of the evidence against a client, the right to a fair hearing (civil/criminal), & the right to freedom from discrimination.

The general principles in relation to these protected rights may apply in all types of cases including criminal cases, judicial review cases, children & family law cases and litigation.

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Emergency No: 07825 146044

RRM Law are one of the few firms in Northern Ireland who have dedicated Criminal law practitioners able to provide this essential service on a 24 hour basis.

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