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# Judiciary

Last year
Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of Government's judicial reform bill
Hannah McCarthy: What type of democracy are Israelis actually fighting for?
Hannah McCarthy
All time
Dáil hears allegation of "abuse of power" by a judge
Judicial appointments in the spotlight as Council of Europe says Ireland fails on political influence
Opinion: Politicians may have grounds to impeach Seamus Woulfe but it's a tricky business
Dr Laura Cahillane & Dr David Kenny
'He's not a godlike creature': Bríd Smith TD defends criticism of 'sinister and personalised' attack on judge
Abuse survivor says legal profession should 'bring their morals as well as law books into courtrooms'
Calls for 'nuance' after judge suggests reform of the law around jailing elderly people
Ireland has appointed a new top judge
Judges say new appointments bill is 'seriously flawed'
Máire Whelan officially appointed to the Court of Appeal
Kevin Mallon set to follow Pat Hickey and return home to Ireland
Shane Ross offers a weak apology for saying judges live a 'charmed life'
Ireland's top judge is worried about the country's reputation
Judge under fire for asking sexual assault victim "Why couldn't you just keep your knees together?"
In Ireland, a man can actually confess to rape and still serve no time in prison
Donal O'Keeffe
Judges claim €1.67 million in expenses - But who cost the most?
Ireland's judges are struggling to 'maintain services to which people have a right'
The High Court has two new judges, both women
"It's common sense, you don't interfere with the judiciary"
Opinion: Would stricter guidelines for trial judges encourage more consistent sentencing?
Darius Whelan
Dáil to debate plan to take senior Garda and judicial appointments from government
Judges want to change how judges are appointed
Column: Is the Seanad referendum also about giving the judiciary greater protection from sanction?
Gerry Fahey
Gardaí 'should be treated like judges' in pay talks
Column: Judges and ministers public spat will achieve nothing, but reform is needed
Roderic O'Gorman
Judges happy that their concerns are 'fully understood'
Chief Justice: 'There are currently issues of serious concern'
Shatter row: Judges' group outlines concerns for judiciary independence
Report looks at 'individualised and discretionary nature' of Irish sentencing
Sinn Féin publishes bill to end 'political appointment' of judges
Traveller group expresses 'deep concern' over judge comments
Commission: Legal services are still too expensive in Ireland
Column: Heather Perrin’s conviction exposes flaws in the system
Sarah McCabe
State paid judges €27 million in 2011
Column: When is jailing a fraudster no cause to celebrate? When it’s in Ireland.
Aaron McKenna
Chief Justice launches report calling for independent judicial appointments
Hungary asks EU to explain legal threats over new constitution
Bill to cut judges' pay rubber-stamped by TDs
What are the two referendums about? Your guide to the 27 October ballot