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# Court Order

This year
Gemma O'Doherty denies claim she breached court order from mother of teen who died by suicide
O’Doherty’s lawyers said she is the controller of one of three Twitter accounts alleged to have harassed the mother of a young man who died by suicide.
Woman seeks disclosure order against Gemma O'Doherty following alleged breach of injunction
Edel Campbell claims that O’Doherty has wrongly used the image of her son Diego Gilsenan in an article linking unexplained deaths to the Covid-19 vaccination.
Last year
Concert held in property occupied by homeless campaigners a 'flagrant' breach of court order
The property in Parkgate House, Dublin 8, has been occured by a group The Revolutionary Housing League.
All time
Former Miss Ireland Pamela Flood and husband could face jail for failing to leave €900,000 home
A court heard today that the couple had paid no money off their mortgage in nine years.
Protesters chant 'let them go' as activists arrested after eviction at occupied Dublin property
Activists had been defying a court order to remain in the building for a number of weeks.
US judge orders separated families must be reunited
The judge also issued an injunction against any more family separations.
Over 2,000 people jailed for non-payment of fines last year
The latest figures shows there has been a significant drop in the number of imprisonments following new legislation.
King calls for Margaret Court Arena to be renamed over same-sex uproar
‘It’s really important, if you’re going to have your name on anything, that you’re hospitable, inclusive, you’re opening arms to everyone that comes to a public facility.’
Michigan mother jailed for a week for refusing to vaccinate her son
Rebecca Bredow said that to do so would go against her beliefs.
HSE applies to be allowed induce labour of pregnant woman with mental age of eight years
The High Court heard that those caring for the woman, aged in her 20s, are unsure as to how well she understands what is happening to her.
Activists criticise HSE attempt to force woman to have Caesarean section
The HSE attempted to take an order in court, but a judge refused it.
Lock broken and files in storage unit rented by Paul Kelly removed
David Hall was granted permission to enter the unit by Mr. Justice Paul Gilligan this afternoon.
Kazakhstan to chemically castrate paedophiles
The move comes after a spike in child rapes.
The FBI gives its reasons for wanting an iPhone unlocked, but Apple is having none of it
The FBI director argues the order is for “the victims and justice” but Apple says it “threatens everyone’s civil liberties”.
There's a 'resistance party' in Grangegorman tonight after squatters are given six weeks to leave
The High Court has ordered them out before 4 May.
With 3 weeks left in NBA season, 8 teams are fighting over 3 playoff places
Here’s all you need to know before the real basketball happens.
HSE denies legal action taken to forcibly hydrate Miss Y, but is still reviewing what happened
Reports this morning claimed that Department of Health officials intervened in the case, objecting to the legal action being taken.
Column: Tragic case of newborn boy highlights unmarried fathers' lack of rights
A Dublin hospital has secured a court order to withdraw life-support from a severely brain-damaged baby whose his young mother died after delivery. As the child’s parents were unmarried, the father was not deemed the legal guardian.
Union flag pages under review as Facebook receives court order
A number of protest pages are currently unavailable in the UK as Facebook carries out its investigation.
Sean Quinn's daughter to appear on TV3's Tonight show
Quinn said she expects her father will join his son behind bars as the family is unable to purge their contempt.
Explainer: Who and what are Ireland's sheriffs?
As repossessions increase, Ireland’s sheriffs find themselves in the news more and more. Here’s all you need to know about them.
Nearly 3,000 O2 customers in the UK to receive letters for downloading porn
Details of alleged offenders are being handed over by Telefónica UK, having been ordered to do so by the High Court.
US to seize dinosaur skeleton and return it to Mongolia
A federal judge has authorised the US Department of Security to seize a dinosaur out of storage so that it can return it to Mongolia.
Occupy protesters allowed return to Zuccotti Park
The activists have received a court order allowing them to return to the park from which they were evicted in the early hours of this morning.
Inquiry into Teresa Treacy Mountjoy interview
The 65-year-old has been in jail for contempt of court for over three weeks over her refusal to facilitate court-ordered ESB work on her land.