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# legal-argument - Monday 5 October, 2020

Over 600 complaints made against barristers and solicitors in six-month period

Over 340 related to alleged misconduct.

# legal-argument - Sunday 5 May, 2019

Ireland can remove the chill factor from defamation laws - and protect citizens' good names

If ‘falsity’ were to become an element of the tort (to be proved by the plaintiff) rather than a defence, then this would be a radical, but possibly beneficial change. writes Neville Cox, Professor in Law.

# legal-argument - Tuesday 2 June, 2015

Sean FitzPatrick trial: jury discharged as judge sets a new trial date

The jury has been discharged in the trial of the former Anglo boss after seven weeks of legal argument.

# legal-argument - Thursday 8 May, 2014

After botched executions, Boston bombing suspect asks US to rule out death penalty

Federal death penalty cases are relatively rare in the United States, and are often reserved for the most heinous and notorious crimes.