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#High Court

# high-court - Friday 16 June, 2017

Plight of teenager left 'lying in hospital' for weeks brought to High Court Exclusive

There is no suitable placement for the teenager, who has a history of self harm.

# high-court - Thursday 15 June, 2017

Graham Dwyer takes case to the High Court over use of mobile phone records in his trial

Dwyer claims that his rights to privacy were breached during the trial.

# high-court - Thursday 8 June, 2017

Homeless family secure temporary injunction preventing Wicklow council from moving their caravan

Mrs Moorehouse, who is expecting the couple’s third child, said somebody let off gunshots shortly after they arrived which they believe was a warning to leave.

# high-court - Friday 26 May, 2017

Irish Muslim accused of funding ISIS refused bail

The judge said the refusal was necessary.

# high-court - Thursday 25 May, 2017

Couple who claimed Electric Picnic security burst into their tent and assaulted them settle claim

Both plaintiffs alleged they had been shocked and distressed.

Supreme Court rules State must make payouts to claimants affected by collapse of Setanta Insurance

The State Liquidator and Insurance Compensation Fund (ICF) is now to be held liable for the outstanding Setanta payouts.

# high-court - Tuesday 16 May, 2017

Man awarded €18k following car crash despite giving 'false and misleading evidence at every turn'

John McCormack (65) appeared on the Voice of Ireland and said he had ‘good and bad days’ with his injuries.

Two men suing State over Air Corps chemical exposure say they have developed cancer

The men are two of six alleging that exposure to chemicals has made them seriously ill.

# high-court - Wednesday 10 May, 2017

Judge orders probe as families claim they were paying rent to random man called Brian

The elusive ‘Brian’ has no connection to the owner of the property nor was he sanctioned to collect rent, High Court hears.

# high-court - Tuesday 2 May, 2017

Denis O'Brien must pay all costs after failed High Court case

Judge Úna Ní Raifeartaigh said that the issue of O’Brien’s “means to pay the costs” was not a factor in the decision.

# high-court - Thursday 27 April, 2017

€6.3 million settlement approved for woman at centre of Grace case

Fianna Fáil TD John McGuinness said that the settlement was appropriate, but questioned whether anything had changed at the HSE and Tusla.

# high-court - Thursday 13 April, 2017

Man secures injunction against deportation as his first child is about to be born

The man claims his right to human dignity would be breached if he was to be deported so close to the birth of his and his Irish partner’s first child.

# high-court - Wednesday 12 April, 2017

Man wanted over attempted murder of police officer granted bail after mother puts up €30k

Sean Farrell (32) was arrested in Dublin on 23 March last on foot of a European Arrest Warrant.

# high-court - Wednesday 5 April, 2017

Angela Kerins wins big chunk of legal costs due to 'exceptional' importance of her failed case

The High Court decided that two-thirds of costs would be just.

# high-court - Monday 3 April, 2017

Six Irish children sent to psychiatric units abroad in last two years

Three children were last year placed at a facility in northern England that was the subject of a recent, highly-critical documentary concerning the standard of care delivered there.

# high-court - Friday 31 March, 2017

'Outstanding achievement': High Court ruling paves the way for blind people to vote in secret

The High Court ruled yesterday in favour of a man who had argued for his right to vote in private.

Denis O'Brien loses High Court case against Dáil committee

A judgement on O’Brien’s case against the Dáil Committee on Procedure and Privilege was made at the High Court this morning.

# high-court - Thursday 30 March, 2017

Ian Bailey arrested after High Court approves European arrest warrant

French authorities want to try him for the voluntary homicide of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.

# high-court - Friday 24 March, 2017

Court clears the way for man with links to Islamic terrorism to be deported

The man’s removal from Ireland is expected to take place shortly.

# high-court - Thursday 23 March, 2017

Gardaí arrest two men wanted over attempted murder of police officers in Derry

The PSNI said that two men had been arrested by gardaí under a European Arrest Warrant as part of join operation.

# high-court - Tuesday 21 March, 2017

Judge expects to endorse European arrest warrant to have Ian Bailey sent to France for trial

In 2012 the Supreme Court ruled against an endorsement of a European Arrest Warrant to have Bailey sent to France to face a murder charge.

# high-court - Monday 20 March, 2017

Aer Lingus fined €250,000 over death of worker at Dublin Airport

The airline was fined €250,000 for breaching health and safety laws.

Ian Bailey fails to show up for hearing regarding arrest warrant

The application to endorse a European arrest warrant for Bailey for the alleged voluntary homicide of Sophie Toscan du Plantier will now be heard tomorrow.

# high-court - Monday 13 March, 2017

Man linked to Islamic terrorism fails in bid to halt deportation

The man, aged in his 50s, has been living in Ireland for several years.

# high-court - Wednesday 1 March, 2017

Garda was removed from task force due to relationship with woman from criminal family, court hears

GArda Joseph Kavanagh was removed from the Special Crime Task Force last December after gardaí had searched his partner’s apartment.

# high-court - Sunday 26 February, 2017

Compensation culture: 'We can’t apply health and safety standards to the great outdoors'

If the Wicklow Way compensation case was successful it would have set a disastrous precedent, writes Andrew Doyle.

# high-court - Friday 17 February, 2017

High Court overturns €40,000 damages payout to woman who fell on Wicklow Way

The judge said the woman was genuine, but had been negligent when she fell.

# high-court - Wednesday 8 February, 2017

Couple settle with council out-of-court after 'appalling story' of flooded home

The couple claimed there were no problems before the Council laid a culvert near their home in 2007.

# high-court - Tuesday 7 February, 2017

Sister of Paul Kelly officially removed from legal actions against former charity Console

The High Court has accepted that Joan McKenna had no involvement in the running of the now wound-up suicide charity.

# high-court - Monday 6 February, 2017

Judge freezes assets of woman ordered to pay Lottery winnings to stepson

Galway woman Mary Walsh was last week ordered to pay her stepson David €560,000 from a 2011 Lottery win

# high-court - Tuesday 31 January, 2017

Timeline: Angela Kerins, charity salaries, and the saga of the baying PAC

Today’s High Court judgement against the former Rehab Group CEO brought to an end a saga that lasted almost three years.

Angela Kerins loses her case for damages against the Public Accounts Committee

Kerins was not present in court for this morning’s judgement.

# high-court - Thursday 26 January, 2017

Lotto dispute between Galway man and his stepmother resumes before the High Court

The man claims he is entitled to €560,000 but his stepmother says she bought and owned the winning ticket.

Consultants will be getting a pay rise after HSE drops high court appeal

The consultants’ claims relate to the terms of a 2008 pay deal.

# high-court - Wednesday 18 January, 2017

Court challenge brought against use of Dublin community centre as homeless hostel

Dublin City Council says it is reacting to a “humanitarian crisis”.

# high-court - Tuesday 17 January, 2017

Former garda forced to retire because of psychological injuries awarded €162,000

John Sutherland was involved in a head-on collision when chasing two youths who had robbed firearms from a house in Co Waterford.

# high-court - Friday 13 January, 2017

A British lawyer wants the Irish courts to ask if there's a way back from Brexit

If the UK gets a bad deal from the Brexit negotiations, they may be allowed to stay in the EU after all.

# high-court - Thursday 12 January, 2017

Former garda to be extradited to England to face manslaughter charge

Oliver Hurley had been sought for trial after Manolito Chando died on 9 April 2016, following an assault at a Salvation Army hostel in London.

Apollo House occupation: One resident remains inside the building

The majority of residents and activists formally left the building this afternoon.

# high-court - Wednesday 11 January, 2017

"Not one person left behind" - there's a cheerful defiance about Apollo House this evening Apollo Mission This post contains videos

"Not one person left behind" - there's a cheerful defiance about Apollo House this evening

The remaining occupants of the Nama-controlled building have been ordered to vacate the building by the High Court.

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