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# Judicial

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'Sean is a tough but fair player' - O'Brien boost is huge for the Lions
The Ireland openside will now prepare to perform on the biggest stage for the Lions.
Sean O'Brien cleared to play in third Lions Test as citing is dismissed
The Ireland flanker’s hearing in Wellington lasted almost three hours.
Court to rule if quadriplegic man in vegetative state should be allowed to die
He is on life support after a car accident.
Gigantic Kiwi prop Tameifuna cited for pushing referee to the ground
The case will be heard tomorrow after the incident in last weekend’s ITM Cup action.
Alan Shatter criticises High Court judge comments on pay
A High Court judge had said the government was attacking the independence of the judiciary – but Shatter has hit back.
Sinn Féin publishes bill to end 'political appointment' of judges
The Bill seeks to reform the way in which individuals are selected for appointments to the judiciary by the Judicial Appointments Board.