The High Court has rejected a request from Italy to extradite a mother-of-six alleged to be a drug importer. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

The High Court has rejected a request from Italy to extradite a mother-of-six alleged to be a drug importer. Aisha Ahmed (49), also known as Gloria A(...)

The Court is being asked to decide on  whether Harbour is entitled to fund the case. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

An ancient law that was dismissed as obsolete in Britain in 1967 was retained by the Government in 2007 and bars a funding arrangement in a legal clai(...)

The High Court has granted bail to a Belfast man wanted in connection with a Provisional IRA mortar attack.

A Belfast man wanted in connection with a Provisional IRA mortar attack on a British army barracks in Germany in 1996 has been granted bail at the Hig(...)

Charges against  Eric Eoin Marques relate to images on more than 100 “anonymous websites” described as being extremely violent, graphic and depicting the rape and torture of prepubescent children.

A hearing in the extradition case of an Irish man claimed by the FBI to be the “largest facilitator of child porn in the world” is set to resume next (...)

The State is seeking to surrender Eric Eoin Marques to US authorities, while Mr Marques is seeking a judicial review of the Director of Public Prosecutions’ decision not to prosecute him in this country.  File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

High Court proceedings involving an Irishman whom the FBI claims is the “largest facilitator of child porn in the world” will resume in three weeks’ t(...)

The case relates to the awarding of the second mobile phone license to Esat Digifone. Photographed at the time of the winning bid are the then Minister for Communications, Mr Michael Lowry (centre) with Kare Gustad (left) chief executive of Telenor Mobile and Mr Denis O’Brien, chairman of Esat Digifone. Photograph: Eric Luke

An application for approval of an arrangement whereby a British company is funding litigation against the State and businessman Denis O’Brien has been(...)

An application for approval of an arrangement whereby a British company is funding litigation against the State and businessman Denis O’Brien has been(...)

Bulgarian authorities  sought the extradition of Aidan O’Dwyer (40), originally from Clonmel, Co Tipperary, for prosecution on a single “criminal offence” of attempted murder. Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly in the High Court said she was satisfied Mr O’Dwyer’s surrender to Bulgarian authorities was prohibited under Article 3 of the European Convention of Human Rights.  Photograph: Court Collins

The High Court has refused to surrender a Tipperary man to Bulgarian authorities for alleged attempted murder because of the “real risk” he would be s(...)

Aisha Ahmed (49), also known as Gloria Anwulika Aro (47), was arrested at her home at Sundale Parade, Tallaght, Dublin 24 last October, on foot of a European Arrest Warrant issued by the Italian authorities, who have been looking for the Nigerian native for several years. Photograph:  Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A mother of six has who is suspected of being a drug importer in Italy, where she is wanted to serve a 20-year prison sentence imposed in her absence,(...)

File photograph of Ali Charaf Damache (50), who is wanted by US authorities on  two alleged terrorism-related offences. The High Court has refused to   order the extradition of Mr Damache to the US.  File photograph: Collins Courts

The High Court has refused to order the extradition of an Algerian-born Irish citizen who is wanted in the United States on two alleged terrorism-rela(...)

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