Sinn Féin is re-examining its historic policy of voting against the Special Criminal Court ahead of an imminent Dáil vote.
An annual renewal is required for the emergency legislation that set up the three-judge, non-jury Special Criminal Court to try cases involving those accused of terrorism and serious gangland offenses. The provisions are due to expire on June 30 if they are not renewed by the Dáil and Seanad.
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