Liam Campbell: The European Arrest Warrant issued by  Lithuanian authorities had sought  to prosecute him on three offences: preparation of a crime, illegal possession of firearms and terrorism. Photograph: Courtpix

Liam Campbell, who was found civilly liable for the Omagh bombing, has been given a date next January to appeal an extradition order surrendering him (...)

Liam Campbell’s case was not “necessarily about the strength of the point in the case” but it was whether or not there was “uncertainty”, the judge said.

Liam Campbell, who was found civilly liable for the 1998 Omagh bombing, has been granted leave by the High Court to appeal a Lithuanian extradition or(...)

Mr Justice John McMenamin:  will march in full robes with Polish and European colleagues at the protest against curbs on the Polish legal system.  Photograph: Eric Luke

An Irish Supreme Court judge is to participate in a protest march in support of Polish colleagues who say their independence is being systematically e(...)

Court of Appeal says Minister for Justice is now obliged to ‘clarify with precision’ the reason for his refusal the judge said.

A teenage girl who has lived in Ireland with her eastern European parents since 2012, and whose five year old sister was born here, has won her appeal(...)

Garda Keith Harrison at the Disclosures Tribunal in 2017. He brought proceedings that centred on an alleged prior professional interaction between the tribunal chair Mr Justice Peter Charleton and a witness Chief Supt Terry McGinn. File photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The High Court has dismissed Garda Keith Harrison’s bid to have findings made against him by the Disclosures Tribunal investigating claims made by Gar(...)

Artur Daniel Celmer’s extradition case was at the centre of controversy when High Court judge Aileen Donnelly (pictured) referred it to the Court of Justice of the European Union.

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a further appeal over the extradition of a Polish man accused of drug trafficking. Artur Daniel Celmer’s extradi(...)

Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly, the judge in charge of High Court extradition, postponed the surrender of dozens of suspected criminals to Poland earlier this year over concerns for their fair trial rights.

The High Court has ordered the surrender of a Polish man to face trial in his native country despite finding “generalised and systemic” violations to (...)

Irish High Court’s Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly: said “immense” legislative changes to Poland’s judicial system under the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party called into question the rule of law.

A Polish man currently being held on a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) in an Irish jail would get a fair trial if deported to Poland, lawyers for Irelan(...)

European Commission: Composition of Judicial Appointments Commission would not be in line with European standards

Fianna Fáil has asked Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan how he intends to respond to the European Commission’s criticisms of the proposed changes (...)

 Aileen Donnelly. Photograph: DAVE MEEHAN

Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly, the High Court judge criticised by Polish media this week after raising concerns regarding the country’s legal system, is (...)

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