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The Oireachtas foreign affairs committee has refused to invite lawyers for Ibrahim Halawa to a public hearing. Mr Halawa, an Irish citizen, is awaiting a mass trial in Egypt after his arrest in 2013 for his alleged participation in a political protest.

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A judge of the Circuit Civil Court has said a mother and son who withdrew a €120,000 damages claim following an alleged car accident should be charged with perjury unless they leave the country. Adam Majewski, 36, and Eugenia Markowska, 56, currently live in Poland but were living in London at the

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Gerry McAlinden QC, chairman of the Bar Council of Northern Ireland Members of the legal profession are today marking Human Rights Day, an international commemoration of the day on which the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Mark Toland, deputy chief inspector of the Garda Inspectorate A backlog of computers and other technology which have been seized for forensic analysis is contributing to court delays and case dismissals, the Garda Inspectorate has admitted.

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Former Justice Minister Alan Shatter Ireland's former Justice Minister Alan Shatter has told TDs that the Legal Services Regulation Bill, passed by the Oireachtas yesterday, achieves "85 per cent of what I set out to achieve in this legislation".

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The Law Society of Ireland continues to have serious concerns about provisions in the International Protection Bill, according to a letter seen by The Irish Times. A letter from Law Society president Simon Murphy, sent to members of the Oireachtas Justice Committee, is supportive of the bill's gener

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More than 30 companies have been named as defendants in US civil legal proceedings following the Berkeley balcony collapse, which led to the death of six Irish students. Families of the victims have filed lawsuits with the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda in relation to wrongful death

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A judge of the High Court has ordered an inquiry into the legality of detaining a woman in Limerick Prison after she was found in contempt of a Circuit Court order to hand over possession of her home to a bank. Mr Justice Max Barrett said he would direct an inquiry under article 40 of the Constituti

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