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Dwyer claims provisions of the Communications (Retention of Data) Act 2011, which allowed gardaí obtain and use data generated by his mobile phone during his 2015 trial, breached his privacy rights under the Constitution, European Convention on Human Rights and the EU Charter.

The sole purpose of Graham Dwyer’s challenge to Ireland’s data retention laws is to show his rights were breached when information from his mobile pho(...)

In his judgment on Friday, Mr Justice Charles Meenan said the problem facing the board was, regardless of the fact the lands could be identified, the owners/occupiers could not.

An environmental group has lost its legal challenge to a decision made by An Bord Pleanála regarding peat extraction works in the Midlands. Friends o(...)

ACC got judgment for €5.78million against Bernadette and Declan Fegan  in May 2011 and they were adjudicated bankrupt in May 2012.

A judge has overturned a decision to give a woman more time to appeal an order giving a bank possession of her home. Bernadette Fagan got an extensio(...)

Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer is attempting to have   provisions of Ireland’s data retention laws struck down. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A senior Garda has told the High Court it would be “virtually impossible” to investigate many serious crimes committed in the State without the use of(...)

Prof Michael Clarke, an expert in defence studies at King’s College, London, leaving the Four Courts after giving evidence. Photograph: Collins

A leading expert in national security and counterterrorism has told the High Court that data retention regimes need to be broad in scope if they are t(...)

The case centres on an affidavit sworn by Freddie Scappaticci in 2003 during his own failed attempt to force the British government to state he was not the army’s highest-ranking spy inside the IRA.

A decision not to bring perjury charges against a west Belfast man for denying his role as the top British agent “Stakeknife” was flawed, the High Cou(...)

Michael Lynn is expected to be extradited from Brazil next week. File photograph: Collins

Fugitive struck-off solicitor Michael Lynn has lost his challenge against assurances given to a Brazilian Court by the Director of Public Prosecutions(...)

Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan advised people involved in repossession proceedings to write to the Taoiseach to see what their options were.

The Master of the High Court, Edmund Honohan has said home loans should be sold to ethical co-operatives instead of vulture funds. His comments come (...)

Mark Savage. File photograph: Courts Collins

The Data Protection Commissioner and Google have won a High Court order overturning a finding in favour of a man in the first “right to be forgotten” (...)

Grainne Nic Gibb:  she brought proceedings in the European Court of Justice following an inquest in 2010

A woman whose partner was shot dead by a garda during an attempted armed robbery of a cash-in-transit van has lost her High Court bid to overturn a co(...)

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