Posts from November 2019

‘Reformer’ Ms Justice Mary Irvine appointed chair of new body examining compensation 
The Chief Justice, Mr Justice Frank Clarke, has sharply rejected comments by a Fine Gael Minister Michael D’Arcy which were seen by judges as an attempt to interfere with their approach to personal injury claims. 
Mother being prosecuted by Tusla over boy and girl’s school attendance records 
Two teenage truants whose mother faced a possible jail sentence because they missed “chunks” of school have agreed to a change of rules about their Playstation after a meeting with a judge. 
Couple face charges of performing procedure on one-year-old girl in Dublin three years ago 
The trial of a couple accused of the female genital mutilation (FGM) of their daughter has heard the accused woman was a victim of the practice when she was a child. 
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