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The High Court has dismissed an application for judicial review brought by a former heroin addict who argued he had a "secondary case procedural legitimate expectation" to have been consulted by the Department of Justice before they ceased funding for an addiction service. The applicant, Mr Charles

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Digital Rights Ireland has said it will serve papers on the State and the Attorney General of Ireland in the next few days in a challenge over the independence of Ireland's Data Protection Commissioner. The data privacy group argues Ireland has failed to properly implement EU data protection law or

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The Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT) has said the Criminal Justice (Spent Convictions) Amendment Bill 2012 is "not strong enough" to support the rehabilitation of reformed offenders as the bill returns to Dáil Éireann today. The bill will go before TDs today at the report and final stage.

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