James Carney

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In a statement read before Ms Justice Leonie Reynolds in the High Court on Thursday, James Carney apologised about posts he had made arising out of the sale of Sensational Sema, of which he was part owner

The part owner of a horse sold in 2011 has apologised before the High Court to bloodstock sales firm Goffs for making “defamatory posts” on social med(...)

Bloodstock sales firm Goffs has claimed before the High Court it is being defamed by the part owner of a horse, which was sold in 2011. File photograph: iStock

Bloodstock sales firm Goffs has claimed before the High Court it is being defamed by the part-owner of a horse, which was sold in 2011. Goffs has bro(...)

A cult of male homosexuality/bisexuality was apparently not only prevalent but widely tolerated among the upper echelons of Gaelic society.

In recent years, Irish society has undergone sweeping transformations, including legalisation of same-sex marriage and decriminalisation of homosexual(...)

Called to the bar in 1966 and to the inner bar in 1980, Mr Justice Carney   is the presiding judge of the Central Criminal Court. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Ireland’s most senior criminal law judge Mr Justice Paul Carney will retire from the bench next month following almost a quarter of a century in the (...)