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Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald The Criminal Assets Bureau returned almost €4 million to the Exchequer in 2014, according to its nineteenth Annual Report, which was presented to the Oireachtas today by Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald.

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A judgment in the case of an Irish man fighting a deportation order based on his alleged involvement with a terrorist group will be made "as soon as possible", the judge presiding over his case has said. However, the Court of Appeal yesterday heard that further hearings in the case were unlikely to

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The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has sought a meeting with the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) following reports that it accessed journalists' mobile phone records during an inquiry into internal media leaks. GSOC has refused to comment on reports that new powers were used to acc

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A retired Central Criminal Court judge who brought a judicial review over rules preventing him resuming practice as a barrister has been asked to disclose his financial affairs, The Irish Times reports. Barry White, 71, is challenging the Bar Council of Ireland, the Justice Minister and the State ov

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President Michael D Higgins The grand-nephew of Harry Gleeson, the first person in Irish history to be awarded a posthumous pardon, has criticised the Government for using the wrong name on the instrument.

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