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# Court of Appeal

Last year
Court dismisses former FAI chief John Delaney's appeal over CEA's access to seized documents
Kerry pimp who raped and intimidated sex worker fails in bid to overturn his conviction
Man who threatened to kill homeowner during aggravated burglary has jail time almost doubled
Jonathan Dowdall loses appeal against severity of his four-year prison sentence
Man who repeatedly punched and kicked his pregnant partner has sentence doubled
Decision not to prosecute soldier who killed 15-year-old Daniel Hegarty overturned
UK government to seek appeal after judges declare Rwanda asylum policy unlawful
Man who assaulted girl is jailed after appeal of his fully suspended sentence
Dowdall was 'duped', put in 'firing line' for Regency attack, his lawyers tell Court of Appeal
Man who coerced 12-year-old girl to perform oral sex on him loses appeal against sentence
Waterford convicted murderer launches appeal claiming he was drunk during garda interviews
Court to rule at later date on former FAI CEO John Delaney's appeal over seized documents
Court to rule at later date on former FAI CEO John Delaney's appeal over seized documents
Drunk driver appeals conviction over fatal crash, says 'he shouldn't have represented himself'
High Court judge directs inquiry into legality of Simeon Burke's ongoing imprisonment
Parents suing Rotunda over baby's death must be given internal hospital documents, court rules
Judge tells Simeon Burke he could be out 'with one flick of a pen' if he wanted bail
Man has conviction for sexually assaulting six-year-old quashed due to child's lack of memory
Supreme Court rules seizure of computer from home of convicted murderer Quirke was 'unlawful'
Simeon Burke to stay in prison after again refusing to accept bail
One arrest amid chaotic scenes as Enoch Burke appeal dismissed at High Court
Landmark human trafficking case sees jail sentences increased for forced prostitution
Judgement reserved in Enoch Burke appeal against orders requiring him to stay away from school
Child rapist who led 'double life' has sentence increased by two years
All time
Prosecution lawyers: Evidence against Graham Dwyer is 'overwhelming' to preserve conviction
Graham Dwyer appeal: Phone data retention is 'form of mass surveillance', court hears
Wife of Kinahan Cartel lieutenant 'Mr Nobody' to be jailed for money laundering
Lisa Smith's offending was at 'lowest level' and sentence was 'excessive', lawyers tell court
Court refuses to consider 'implied consent' in appeal by ex-RTÉ journalist Mícheál Ó Leidhin
Court upholds ruling that children brought to Ireland without father's consent should return to UK
European Court of Human Rights refuses to postpone the withdrawal of UK boy’s life support
UK court rules to end 12-year-old boy's life support
Court refuses to allow new evidence in appeal by Boy B over Ana Kriegel murder
Ex-police officer Wayne Couzens loses appeal to whole-life sentence for murdering Sarah Everard
Evidence missing in trial of woman convicted for human trafficking, court told
Woman welcomes Court of Appeal decision not to reduce rapist father’s 18-year jail term
Boy B subjected to 'manipulation and pressure' during garda interviews, court hears
Graham Dwyer's appeal against murder conviction could be heard in autumn
Aaron Brady trial transcripts to be removed from Facebook by “close of day”, court hears
Date set for Boy B’s bid to introduce fresh evidence in appeal against Ana Kriegel murder conviction