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Lawyers paid tribute to Mr Justice Paul Butler as he began his final week as the judge presiding over High Court bail applications, The Irish Times reports. He is set to shortly be replaced by the President of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly.

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A dyslexic woman has won a disability discrimination case against her employer after she was accused of falsifying documents. An employment tribunal found that Starbucks discriminated against Meseret Kumulchew, a supervisor in one of its London stores.

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The Court of Appeal has dismissed a man’s appeal against his life conviction for the rape of a nine year old and six year old. The appellant, Jimmy O'Neill, had been arrested in the immediate aftermath of the rapes, which occurred in a flat in which he was staying after he lured the two girls ther

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Two-thirds of Irish law firms saw an increase in fee income over the past year and a similar number expect it to continue over the next year, according to a new survey. The results of the Law Society Managing Partner Survey, published in the latest edition of the Law Society Gazette, paint an optimi

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Niall Collins, FF spokesperson on justice Fianna Fáil has reiterated that it would create an Irish sentencing council if it is returned to power, in a bid to impose harsher sentences on serious offenders.

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Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has hit back at criticism of his party's plans to scrap the juryless Special Criminal Court, saying that a witness protection scheme would address safety concerns in terror cases.

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