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Judge’s refusal to grant legal aid sees him in the High Court

 

Bench warrants issued for two charged with manslaughter of Oughterard publican and teacher

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The trial of a man and a teenager charged with the killing of popular Oughterard publican and teacher John Kenny could not go ahead at Galway Circuit Criminal Court this week as they failed to turn up and bench warrants for their arrest were subsequently issued.

Man charged with Sandra Collins murder sent forward for trial

A 48-year-old man from Carrowmore-Lacken was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday where he was sent forward for trial to the next sitting of the Central Criminal Court.

Historic day as Central Criminal Court sits in Kilkenny courthouse

Legal history was made in Kilkenny yesterday (Thursday) when the Central Criminal Court opened a trial in the city for the first time in its history.

Historic day as Central Criminal Court sits in Kilkenny courthouse

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Legal history was made in Kilkenny yesterday (Thursday) when the Central Criminal Court opened a trial in the city for the first time in its history.

Supreme Court to decide on two-year Brawney eviction battle

After four visits to the District Court, three to the High Court, and with legal bills approaching €75,000, Athlone Town Council will find out next Friday (October 15) in the Supreme Court whether its eviction of Christine Quinn (36), formerly of 27, Brawney Square, Athlone for anti-social behaviour, will be ultimately upheld.

‘Slurring nurse’ has suspension extended for another six months

A nurse who was found swaying from side to side and slurring her words with drugs belonging to residents scattered around her is facing an anxious wait over her career this week.

€2m Mayo lotto syndicate saga continues

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The Supreme Court has reserved judgement in the controversial €2 million Mayo lotto syndicate which was won in 2001.

Kilkenny home repossessed with 12 others

A Kilkenny woman has had her home repossessed as 13 orders were granted at Monday’s High Court chancery summonses hearing.

Ballinrobe solicitor before High Court next week

A solicitor from Ballinrobe, who is facing an application to suspend him over lack of insurance for his practise and other issues, has agreed not to attend his office or to practise for the next week pending his case returning to the High Court, The Irish Times reported this week.

 

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