The Court of Appeal will not review Wayne Dundon’s prison sentence for making threats to kill and intimidating witnesses

The Court of Appeal will not review Wayne Dundon’s prison sentence for making threats to kill and intimidating witnesses despite an appeal by prosecut(...)

Breifne O’Brien. File Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Former businessman Breifne O’Brien has been granted an extension of time to appeal his prison sentence for inducing people to advance millions of euro(...)

Joe O’Reilly arriving at the Central Criminal Court, Dublin, in 2007. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

Joe O’Reilly’s bid to have his conviction for murdering his wife declared a miscarriage of justice has been dismissed by the Court of Appeal prior to (...)

Privacy in the 21st century – an oxymoron perhaps? This is the theme of the Burren Law School this weekend in Ballyvaughan, Co Clare. Tánaiste Joan(...)

A former republican prisoner who left the country after he was “detected” for the rape and sexual abuse two young girls has had his prison sentence (...)

Paul Henry: acquitted of the murder of his mother by reason of insanity

A Roscommon man acquitted of murdering his mother by reason of insanity last year has successfully appealed his acquittal and now faces a retrial.Paul(...)

Evelyn Joel’s grave at St Mary’s cemetry in Enniscorthy, Co Wexford. File Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Lawyers for a woman found guilty of unlawfully killing her mother by neglect have claimed that one of three judges assigned to hear her appeal may be (...)

Katherine Delahunt-O’Byrnes, who has died aged 58, was a brilliant lawyer who made history by becoming the first female solicitor to be appointed a ju(...)

Waldemar Solowiow (48) was jailed for life for  the murder of Mary Ryan (37) at  his home on Sherrard Street Upper, Dublin 1, between May 18th and 19th, 2012.

A Polish man jailed for life for the murder of his girlfriend, whom he blamed for having him evicted from his flat, has asked the Court of Appeal for (...)

The Court of Appeal has reserved judgment in the case of Richard Higgins (45) who was given a mandatory life sentence after having been found guilty of  murdering his neighbour outside his home. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Court of Appeal has reserved judgment in the case of a man jailed for life for murdering his neighbour outside his home.Richard Higgins (45), of N(...)