Public Safety Act, 1927


Part I.

1. Any offence which is declared by the Treasonable Offences Act, 1925 (No. 18 of 1925) to be treason or a felony or a misdemeanour.

2. Any offence which is declared by this Act to be a misdemeanour.

3. Murder or attempted murder of or conspiracy to murder the Governor-General or any member of the Oireachtas or any Judge of the Supreme Court, the High Court, or the Circuit Court or any Justice of the District Court.

Part II.

1. The offence under the Firearms Act, 1925 (No. 17 of 1925) of having possession of or using or carrying a firearm without holding a firearm certificate therefor.

2. Any murder or attempted murder or conspiracy to murder in respect of which the Attorney-General, while Part IV of this Act is in force, directs that the person charged therewith shall be sent forward for trial by a special court under the said Part IV.