Brazil’s supreme court has voted to allow the extradition of fugitive solicitor Michael Lynn back to Ireland. Picture Garrett White / Collins

More than 8,000km from Dublin, in the modernist halls of the Supreme Federal Court in Brasilia, a remarkable seven-year saga edged towards its dénouem(...)

Michael Lynn following his arrest in Brazil. Photograph: Federal Police of Brazil

Fugitive solicitor Michael Lynn faced a federal judge in Brazil yesterday in the latest stage of his battle to avoid extradition to Ireland. At the ev(...)

A class of his own: Michael Lynn at the Britanic school in Brazil, where he was teaching until his arrest last week
Michael Lynn’s second life

‘The World Awaits.’ For Michael Lynn the slogan draped across the facade of the Britanic language school must have sounded more like a taunt than a pr(...)

Company registration documents in Recife show Michael Lynn and his wife Bríd Murphy formed a property development company in 2011. Photograph: The Irish Times

Lawyers for the Irish solicitor Michael Lynn will make a bail application on Monday as they prepare his case against extradition to Ireland. A judicia(...)

The street outside the office of the property company co-owned by Irish solicitor and his wife Bríd Murphy in Recife, Brazil. Photograph: Ruadhán Mac Cormaic.

So little light comes through the small window that the visitor has to strain to make out the tiny room in Recife that serves as headquarters to Micha(...)

Michael Lynn’s office in the Recife suburb of Candeias

Irish solicitor Michael Lynn had a home in one of the richest suburbs of São Paulo, Brazil’s commercial capital, and ran a property company from a vac(...)