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# Court ruling

Last month
October 2023
India's top court refuses to legalise same-sex marriages, leaving campaigners 'disheartened'
Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist government has staunchly opposed same-sex marriage.
All time
US jury rules that three pharmacies bear responsibility for opioid crisis in parts of Ohio
A federal judge will assess penalties in the case against the companies.
Malaysian court overturns Nóra Quoirin inquest verdict
Nóra’s family have campaigned for a change in the original verdict.
Ban on naming child murder victims ‘absurd’, Dáil hears
A ruling last year led to a significant change in the reporting of child murder cases once someone is charged in relation to the offence.
Justice Minister resolves to change ruling that prevents naming child victims after their death
The ruling, which was given in October, means that children who are killed cannot be identified.
Mother banned from identifying murdered son (11) calls on minister to change law on naming children killed in criminal circumstances
“I’m proud of my son, I want to be able to tell the world about him.”
Woman who went to Syria to join IS should be allowed return to UK to fight citizenship case, court rules
Former home secretary Sajid Javid had revoked her British citizenship on national security grounds.
Trump’s former national security adviser can publish tell-all book, judge rules
John Bolton’s memoir is due out on Tuesday.
Former Pakistan leader Musharraf sentenced to death in absentia
Musharraf seized power in 1999 by ousting the government of Nawaz Sharif.
Sports court to decide in Olympic champion Semenya's landmark testosterone case on Wednesday
The Olympic champion is fighting regulations imposed by the IAAF that compel hyperandrogenic athletes.
Google won't have to pay €1 billion tax in France - because its Irish subsidiary is not taxable there
A French court ruled in favour of the search engine giant today.
A non-EU parent has a right to residency if their child is an EU citizen
An EU court ruled on the case of a Venezuelan woman who entered the Netherlands as a visitor and had a child with a Dutch national.
White supremacist Dylann Roof fit to stand trial over South Carolina church shooting
Dylann Roof is accused of gunning down nine African-American churchgoers last year.
Benzema one step closer to France return after ruling in sex-tape case
Judge’s decision to allow contact with Valbuena could be crucial for the striker.
Lowry hits out at 'erroneous claims' of bribery and perjury
The independent TD has criticised a High Court ruling against him today.
What did Denis O'Brien achieve by trying to stop THAT speech going public?
The Streisand effect in full swing.
Steaua Bucharest referred to as 'hosts' after being stripped of their name and crest
Romania’s most successful club have lost a legal battle with the country’s defence ministry.
The High Court has ordered 17 children be detained in special care units
Detention in special care is for the child’s own welfare and protection.
Voice of Scooby-Doo's Shaggy and US radio legend Casey Kasem dies aged 82
It follows a long battle with a form of dementia.
Ryanair loses ECJ case on reimbursing costs for stranded passengers
The court ruling could have wide-ranging implications for air carriers and their passengers.
European court rules against Thomas Pringle, says ESM is lawful
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the eurozone’s permanent bailout fund is lawful.