Aoife Quinn, daughter of  Seán Quinn: the Quinn family allege they are not liable for about €2.34 billion loans advanced by the former Anglo Irish Bank to Quinn companies

(...) fairness of criminal proceedings against former Anglo chairman Sean Fitzpatrick, due to open before a jury(...)

Blast 106: refusal of licence  extension would be disproportionately unfair result, appeal court rules.

(...) broadcasting. UK communications watchdog Ofcom went to the court of appeal after a judge ordered it to extend(...)

A man jailed for possessing a suitcase full of cannabis will find out next Tuesday whether his conviction will be quashed. Photograph: Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters.

(...).The Court of Appeal heard on Tuesday that Tuma had met two men and was bringing a suitcase, which was(...)

  Patrick Barry had been  found guilty by a jury of 59 counts of indecent assault and not guilty of  eight counts by direction of  Judge Gerald Keyes. He was sentenced to 11 years’ imprisonment with the final five suspended by Judge Keyes at Ennis Circuit Criminal Court on November 19th, 2014. File photograph  Getty Images/Comstock Images

Barry appealed his conviction in the Court of Appeal on grounds that particulars on the indictment against him(...)

Brian Meehan: appealing against his conviction for the murder of Veronica Guerin in June 1996. File Photograph:  Ronan Quinlan/Collins

(...) which emerged in the course the 2001 Special Criminal Court trial of John Gilligan. Counsel for the(...)

Melanie McCarthy McNamara: shot dead in Tallaght in February 2012.

The governor of Wheatfield Prison is to appeal a High Court decision that the detention of a(...)

Tony Hand was found guilty by a jury after a five-day trial last month of injury to a national monument.

Carrig, Blessington on the night of May 4th, 2011.Passing sentence at Bray Circuit Court, Judge Gerard(...)

In a damning court ruling last month Mr Drumm was found to have systematically transferred assets, property and cash to his wife Lorraine (left) to hinder, delay and defraud his creditors. Photograph: The Irish Times

(...)-collar criminal defence lawyers to fight his bankruptcy appeal and any potential extradition proceedings he faces(...)

Attorney General Maire Whelan. The Pat Finucane Centre has said it has informed her of this “new evidence”

(...) men were tortured. On appeal by the British government the European Court of Human Rights reduced the(...)