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# Justice

Last month
May 2024
Dublin coroners complained they were conducting 50% fewer inquests last year due to admin staff shortage
Govt may reopen Curragh Camp Prison after 20 years as sources warn of overcrowding risks
There are plans also to remove Irish Army soldiers from protection duty at the high security Midlands Prison.
Journal Media shortlisted for 13 Justice Media Awards
This year
'I've been on a mission since the night I ran out looking for him': Stardust families react
Longest serving probation officer: 'Nail 'em, jail 'em policies will not solve repeat offending'
Gerry McNally has spent 45 years at the coal face of the Irish Probation Service starting back in 1978.
New crime statistics show that robbery and hijacking incidents have risen
From 'young pup' to Taoiseach, how Simon Harris TikTok-ed his way to the top
'As a family, as a club, as a community, we can no longer hold our dignified silence'
Last Sunday, Gaels of Tyrone and Derry marched to raise awareness of the British Government’s Legacy Act, which is poised to deny them justice over the murder of their loved ones.
Proceeds of crime law to be strengthened to keep assets out of the reach of criminals
Last year
Explainer: What will facial recognition technology mean for policing in Ireland
President Higgins has referred the Judicial Appointments Bill to the Supreme Court
Justice Minister announces age limit increase to 50 for new gardaí
National Security: Garda overtime increase, 1,000 extra gardaí and €21m more in Defence budget
Dublin’s new safety action plan to target prolific young offenders and roll out community wardens
Missing in action: Ireland's national security strategy has been in the works since 2019
Justice Minister announces €10m in emergency fund to pay for garda overtime in Dublin
Dr Ian Marder: Restorative justice helps everyone - why is it declining in Ireland?
Dr Ian Marder
Harris urges all parties to vote for Special Criminal Court renewal in wake of Regency verdict
Opinion: The Inspection of Places of Detention Bill promises reforms but doesn't go far enough
Dr Ian Marder & Dr Joe Garrihy
Uefa to reimburse all Liverpool fans who attended Paris Champions League final
UK study finds minority defendants ‘more likely to be charged than white British people’
Under the shadow of Hezbollah: 'I'm not naïve, I know political assassins are rarely found'
Hannah McCarthy
All time
Helen McEntee begins maternity leave with Heather Humphreys taking over justice brief
110 gardaí on suspension including 17 for 'sexual offences'
Stardust inquests to have independent jury following passing of legislation in the Dáil
Landmark study finds Travellers’ trust in justice system is ‘extremely low’
Government rushing in emergency laws to solve High Court ban on Garda court presenters
Minister for Justice to launch review of the Civil Legal Aid Scheme this month
'Allow us to compete' - McClenaghan launches appeal after Commonwealth Games ban
Ireland needs new scheme to disregard historic convictions of gay and bisexual men, experts advise
'How can we prove it?': Travellers highlight barriers to justice after incidents of discrimination
Lyra McKee’s family ‘waiting for justice’ three years after her murder
Judges to be given power to set minimum sentences for murder cases
Vast majority of people believe poorer people get worse legal outcomes
Larry Nassar abuse victims to receive $380 million after reaching settlement - report
Helen McEntee returns as Justice Minister today after six months maternity leave
Chief Justice calls for greater spend by Government to ensure access to justice
Justice Department argues Donald Trump cannot be held liable for ‘crude’ remarks
Barristers urge caution on widespread roll-out of remote court hearings after Covid
Justice Gerard Hogan nominated for appointment to the Supreme Court