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# Quashed

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Galway ring road: Minister says transport plans must include climate as planning permission axed
The green light had been given to the contentious proposal last year.
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Marinoff has three-match AFLW ban for Stack tackle overturned on appeal
The AFL appeals board found her not guilty of forceful front-on contact.
Man (75) has conviction for raping granddaughter quashed over concerns he was unfit to stand trial
Christopher Redmond was found in recent weeks to have had a severe form of dementia for some time “with no prospect of recovery”.
Man jailed for raping woman after she became lost on night out has conviction quashed on appeal
Mohamed Okda was remanded in custody to appear before the Central Criminal Court on Monday next.
Rape conviction quashed over ruling that prevented girl (15) being asked about contraceptive pill
The man was sentenced to eight years imprisonment on 29 July 2016.
Man who spent year in prison for crime he didn't commit has violent disorder conviction quashed
28-year-old Declan Tynan is now likely to apply for a certificate of miscarriage of justice from the courts.
Developer wins case over rejected planning for €75 million south county Dublin development
In a lengthy and detailed judgment Mr Justice Robert Haughton quashed the council’s decision “in its entirety.”
The man jailed for life for killing Shane Geoghegan tried to have his conviction overturned
Barry Doyle had tried to argue against his conviction based on 27 grounds of appeal.
Shivers wins appeal against Massereene barracks conviction
Brian Shivers appealed against his conviction on two counts of murder, six of attempted murder and one related to possessing firearms.
Everton's Irish midfielder Darron Gibson wins his red card appeal
The Irish international was dismissed for a high challenge on Mark Noble.
Attorney General applies for new inquests into 96 Hillsborough deaths
Dominic Grieve, the AG for England and Wales, has announced that he will apply to the High Court to have the original verdict in the deaths of 96 football fans 23 years ago quashed.