Extradition

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Draft legislation providing for cross-border recognition of bail decisions and the monitoring of bail conditions is set to be published. The Criminal Justice (Mutual Recognition of Decisions on Supervision Measures) Bill 2019 will implement an EU framework decision from 2009, drawn up in response to

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A High Court judge has surrendered for extradition a man who absconded to Ireland after spending 31 years in prison for a murder he committed when he was a child. Roy Norman Kenyon came to Ireland in 2003 while serving his sentence for the murder of Margaret Potts, an elderly shopkeeper, whom he bea

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A handful of serious offenders in Ireland may have to be released in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Cabinet has been told. Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan told his Government colleagues that a small number of offenders could be affected as a result of the impact of a no-deal Brexit on the Euro

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