Criminal Procedure Act 2010
2.— (1) In this Act unless the context otherwise requires—
“Act of 1962” means the Criminal Justice (Legal Aid) Act 1962;
“Act of 1967” means the Criminal Procedure Act 1967;
“Act of 1993” means the Criminal Justice Act 1993;
“Director” means the Director of Public Prosecutions;
F1 [ ‘ legal aid (appeal) certificate ’ has the meaning it has in the Act of 1962; ]
“legal aid (Supreme Court) certificate” has the meaning it has in the Act of 1962;
“legal aid (trial on indictment) certificate” has the meaning it has in the Act of 1962;
“Minister” means the Minister for Justice and Law Reform;
“publication” means publication, other than by way of broadcast, to the public or a portion of the public.
(2) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, references to—
( a) a jury shall, in relation to proceedings conducted before a court sitting without a jury, be construed as references to that court, and
( b) a person being sent forward for trial include, where appropriate, references to such a person being sent or being sent forward for trial to, or charged before, a Special Criminal Court.