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“A blanket policy” of preventing solicitors being present during interviews  is being challenged in relation to the case of a 17-year-old youth suspected of drug dealing

The Garda is not entitled to apply “a blanket policy” preventing solicitors being present during interviews with suspects about alleged offence(...)

The court heard RTÉ told the Government proposed advertising slogans for the referendum were political.

RTÉ told the Department of Children and Youth Affairs a month before the Children Referendum that slogans in the Government’s proposed ads for (...)

Additional High Court sittings are to be held in September during the traditional two-month vacation period.

Additional High Court sittings are to be held in September during the traditional two-month vacation period. Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, (...)

Dublin Bus was 70 per cent liable for the injuries caused to a 12-year-old Spanish student after he ran out on to the road in Bray, Co Wicklow,(...)

John Waters told the High Court that were it not for the Government’s information campaign the 42 per cent No vote would have increased to at least 50 per cent and perhaps more. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government’s unlawful spend of €1.1 million of public funds on its one-sided information campaign for the(...)

Former Fianna Fáil junior minister Ivor Callely pictured in January 2012. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The courts do not have the power to overturn findings made by a Seanad committee against former senator Ivor Callely, the Supreme Court was tol(...)

The Revenue Comissioners have received more than 218,000 local property tax returns with five weeks to go until the online filing deadline. In (...)

Mr Justice George Birmingham (above) ruled today that Gerry Burns, who was not present in court, was in contempt of a court order

A judge has ordered that a businessman be committed to prison for his failure to comply with a High Court order obtained by a receiver over a p(...)

Marie Fleming pictured leaving the High Court last December with her partner Tom Curren and family members. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Terminally ill Marie Fleming will know next week whether she may be lawfully assisted in ending her own life at a time of her choosing. A(...)

The Irish Stock Exchange has asked the Commercial Court to rule whether or not decisions made by it may be judicially reviewed. The exchange contends they may not

The Irish Stock Exchange has asked the Commercial Court to rule whether or not decisions made by it may be judicially reviewed. The exchange co(...)

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