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Drivers are continuing to avoid penalty points and fines by donating to court poor boxes despite a court ruling that the practice is barred under the Road Traffic Act 2010, The Irish Times reports. There were more than 37,000 people before the Irish courts for speeding offences between January 2013-

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The European Court of Human Rights will be delivering a Grand Chamber judgment in the case of Murray v the Netherlands at a public hearing on 26 April. The case concerns the complaint by a man convicted of murder in 1980, who consecutively served his life sentence on the islands of Curaçao and Arub

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The High Court has upheld a decision by the Financial Services Ombudsman to dismiss a complaint brought by a couple who claimed their bank had lost €9,418 of their money. Jeremiah and Mary Coleman are both retired and had held a current account with the Allied Irish Banks PLC for several years. Mr

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Sinead Carroll, partner in the litigation department of Cantillons Solicitors in Cork A leading litigation lawyer has reissued her call for a "realistic review of the Book of Quantum" following a successful case before the Court of Appeal.

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Helena Kennedy QC In the aftermath of the Second World War, the 1948 the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed a set of rights for all humankind, belonging to each of us, simply by virtue of being human. Universalism – the idea that they belong to everyone, everywhere – grounds human

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