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A gardaí event aimed at improving access to justice for deaf victims of crime in Cork has been praised by an academic studying how deaf people interact with the criminal justice process. Chief Superintendent Gerard Dillane of Cork North Garda Division delivered a seminar at Cork Deaf Club using a s

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Essential work costing up to €100,000 was carried out on the glass roof of Dundalk Court House over the October bank holiday weekend. A spokesperson for the Courts Service of Ireland told the ‎Dundalk Argus that water was leaking through the roof, causing an indoors safety hazard.

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An Irish judge has called for drink driving sentences to be increased to UK levels and warned that drinking and driving is “neither socially nor morally acceptable”. Judge Keenan Johnson made his comments at Portlaoise Circuit Court while sentencing Finbarr O'Rourke, a commercial traveller from

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A last-minute agreement between a refugee at the centre of a high-profile abortion controversy and Ireland's Health Services Executive (HSE) saw a High Court challenge struck out yesterday. A three-day case between Ms Y and the HSE was expected to begin in Dublin yesterday, but barristers acting for

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Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald The statutory number of ordinary High Court judges in Ireland will be increased from 35 to 37, Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has announced.

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Pictured (l-r): Bryan Bourke, Simon O'Neill, Niamh Dennehy-Maher, Elaine Hanly, and Pablo Zaldivar Niamh Dennehy-Maher has been appointed as a partner in William Fry's banking and finance department in London, the Dublin-based firm announced yesterday.

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Judge Michael Reilly A report by prisons inspector Judge Michael Reilly and Professor Andrew Coyle on the culture within the Irish Prison Service has been presented to Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald.

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The Government of Ireland has been urged to take further action to protect undocumented migrants from labour exploitation. A spokesperson for the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) said the government had "failed to take co-ordinated and effective action" against labour exploitation practices whic

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Professor Mary Aiken A world-leading research centre into cyber-crime is being relocated out of Ireland after funding was pulled by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI).

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A team of Irish and Northern Ireland lawyers have triumphed in the Lawyers' Rugby World Cup, beating title holders Scotland in the semi-final before going on to beat England in the final.

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