Melanie McCarthy McNamara

The Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court decision that the detention of convicted murderer(...)

Gama workers protest in Dublin in 2005. File Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Court of Appeal has upheld decisions clearing the way for 491 Turkish construction workers to(...)

Christopher Wiggins

(...), Malaga, Spain, pleaded guilty at Cork Circuit Criminal Court to possession of cocaine for sale or supply(...)

(...) dangerous driving, the Court of Appeal has found. Sean Casey (27), of Cooragannive, Skibbereen, Co Cork, had(...)

Criostóir MacCárthaigh (38), of An Gleann, Palmerstown, had pleaded not guilty to murdering David Whyte (35) in Dublin between September 24th and 26th, 2008, by stabbing him more than 100 times.

(...) assumed MacCárthaigh had earlier in the evening and evidence of a Special Criminal Court conviction(...)

Mr Justice Donal O’Donnell made the remarks during a Court of Criminal Appeal quashing of the conviction of a Co Limerick man for the murder of his partner at their home in Craughwell, Co Galway in July 2005. File photograph: Collins Courts

Criminal Appeal judgment quashing the conviction of a Co Limerick man for the murder of his partner at(...)

Kevin Coughlan (32), with a last address at Avondale Drive, Greystones, Limerick, had pleaded not guilty to murder. Photograph: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland.

(...) sentence and neither would the DPP. Although its predecessor, the Court of Criminal Appeal, might well have(...)

Martin McDonagh: has been paid €90,000 of the €900,000 award, made in 2008, pending the outcome of the newspaper’s appeal. Photograph: Collins

The Sunday World has urged the Court of Appeal to overturn a €900,000 damages award made to a man(...)

Former disc jockey and pirate radio station founder, Eamon Cooke, has lost in an attempt to secure a fresh appeal against his convictions for indecent assault.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

(...) his appeal against his conviction, secured following a retrial at the Central Criminal Court, referred(...)

 Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Dr James Reilly and Michelle Shannon, director of the  Department of Children and Youth Affairs, at Government Buildings. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...) in danger. In these cases, an adopted person could appeal the decision in court. In addition, any(...)