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A Dublin man has lost a challenge to the constitutionality of mandatory minimum sentence provisions for possession of a firearm on more than one occasion. Wayne Ellis, 35, had pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to possession of a firearm in suspicious circumstances as well as certain ar

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Thirteen complaints have been lodged by asylum seekers with the Children's Ombudsman since it began accepting complaints from children in Direct Provision in April. The Ombudsman told RTÉ's Morning Ireland that complaints have been received about the variety and nutritional value of food, overcrowd

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Photo credit: Gage Skidmore - Flickr: Joe Arpaio, CC BY-SA 2.0 An Arizona sheriff beloved of conservatives for his hard-line policing policies has been found guilty of criminal contempt.

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The Legal Aid Board has deferred its plans to restrict referrals to the family law panel of the Private Practitioner District Court Panel to priority matters only. The plan had come under fierce criticism from The Bar of Ireland, and the Children's Rights Alliance warned that it could impinge on the

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Mrs Justice Susan Denham In her final address as Chief Justice of Ireland, Mrs Justice Susan Denham said the Irish judiciary "has been the Cinderella of the three sisters — the three great organs of State, the Legislature, Executive and Judiciary".

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Keith Walsh The Law Society of Ireland and FLAC have renewed their calls for the Government to remove economic barriers for vulnerable people in domestic violence cases by scrapping the fee for accessing legal representation.

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Pictured (l-r): Mark Thorne (Managing Partner), Kelly O'Hara (Partner and Head of Real Estate), and Paul Eustace (Partner, Real Estate) Dublin-based Dillon Eustace has announced the appointment of Kelly O’Hara as a partner and head of the firm's real estate team.

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More than 25,000 people received legal advice from FLAC last year, according to the organisation's annual report for 2016. A total of 25,710 people either received legal advice from volunteer lawyers at legal advice clinics across Ireland or legal information from FLAC's telephone information and re

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Department of Justice officials are concerned that news reports about compensation payouts by parole authorities in the UK because of delayed hearings will inspire lawsuits in Ireland. According to The Irish Times, sources in the Department say they are concerned by reports that 463 cases were taken

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