Eleanor Joel

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

A couple whose convictions for killing a 59-year-old MS sufferer by neglect were overturned earlier this month, will not face a retrial. Evelyn Joel’(...)

Eleanor Joel (right) and her partner Jonathan Costen, with last addresses at Cluain Dara, Enniscorthy, have had their convictions for  killing  59-year-old MS sufferer Evelyn Joel by neglect  quashed by the Court of Appeal. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A couple convicted of killing a 59-year-old MS sufferer by neglect have had their convictions quashed by the Court of Appeal. Evelyn Joel’s daughter,(...)

A juror in the 2012 trial of a Wexford couple, whom the defence team did not have a chance to challenge, could have created a “12 Angry Men” situation, the Court of Appeal has been told. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

A juror in the 2012 trial of a Wexford couple, whom the defence team did not have a chance to challenge, could have created a “12 Angry Men” situation(...)

Evelyn Joel’s  daughter Eleanor and the latter’s partner Jonathan Costen (both above), with last addresses at Cluain Dara, Enniscorthy,  were found guilty  of unlawfully killing the  59-year-old multiple sclerosis sufferer by neglect at Wexford Circuit Criminal Court and were given a two-year suspended sentence  in March 2013. File photograph: Mary Browne

A couple found guilty of unlawfully killing a 59-year-old multiple sclerosis sufferer by neglect have moved to appeal their convictions. Evelyn Joel’s(...)

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 (...)

Jonathan Costen and Eleanor Joel, daughter of Evelyn Joel, at Wexford court last month. Photograph: Mary Browne

The sentence in the trial of a couple found guilty of death by neglect is to be appealed by the Director of Public Prosecution less than a mont(...)