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A total of 196,909 court fines imposed since 2011, worth a total of €48.5 million, remain unpaid, the Irish Examiner reports. The latest figures from the Courts Service of Ireland show that the rate of evasion is increasing, with €16.5 million overdue at the end of 2017 compared to €7.5 millio

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The Irish Prison Service (IPS) should have kept the Training Unit at Mountjoy Prison open in the short-term, a penal reform group has said. The Training Unit was closed with effect from yesterday to allow it to be repurposed as a dedicated unit for older prisoners.

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Grindr, the hook-up app for gay and bi-sexual men, is being sued by a New York man who says his ex-boyfriend created numerous false accounts and sent over 1,100 men to his home over five months – seeking sex as part of a “rape fantasy”. Matthew Herrick is claiming product liability and is alle

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The Court of Appeal will hear today arguments that a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) issued by the UK is no longer valid because of Brexit, the Belfast Telegraph reports. Michael Forde SC, representing Irish businessman Thomas Joseph O'Connor, will argue that the triggering of Article 50 means the UK

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Tributes have been paid to Michael Murray on his retirement as State solicitor for Limerick, the Limerick Post reports. Leading tributes in Limerick Circuit Courthouse, Judge John O’Donnell said locals were lucky to have been served by Mr Murray.

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