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# Supreme Court

This month
July 2024
Biden blasts ruling on Trump immunity from prosecution for 'official acts' during presidency
Donald Trump ally Steve Bannon to serve four-month prison sentence on contempt charges
Last month
June 2024
New laws to be drafted after Supreme Court found unmarried father was entitled to widower’s pension
Supreme Court dismisses gunman's appeal over use of phone data
This year
2024
Supreme Court hearings to be broadcast before the end of the year as part of pilot project
Solicitor: Insurers should take note of the Supreme Court's decision today on personal injuries
Stuart Gilhooly
Supreme Court rules new guidelines that cut awards in personal injury claims are legally binding
The ruling was made after the court rejected an appeal by a woman to have her award reassessed.
Supreme Court rules that lower court was wrong to restrain union members from strike action
Supreme Court dismisses John Delaney's bid to hear appeal over CEA's access to seized documents
Supreme Court dismisses John Delaney's bid to hear appeal over CEA's access to seized documents
'Our lives didn't have to be this way': Unmarried parents reflect on landmark Supreme Court ruling
Thousands of families may be entitled to extra pension payments.
Man entitled to widower's pension despite not being married to partner, Supreme Court rules
John O’Meara said today’s ruling will help many other families in similar situations.
Supreme Court ruling in widower's pension case could have implications for referendum
Supreme Court hears Graham Dwyer appeal against conviction of murder of Elaine O'Hara
Last year
2023
US Supreme Court asked to rule quickly on whether Trump is immune from prosecution
Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of Government's judicial reform bill
Study finds majority of Supreme Court judges went to UCD and a private school
Up to one million graduates could be eligible to vote under Seanad election reform plan
Supreme Court finds section of sexual offences law to be unconstitutional
Supreme Court dismisses Patrick Quirke's application for retrial of 'Mr Moonlight' murder case
Ukraine supreme court chief detained in $2.7 million corruption probe
Man suing U2 over song wants Supreme Court to compel Adam Clayton to answer questions
Florida governor Ron DeSantis signs bill banning abortion after six weeks
Supreme Court rules that Seanad University panel elections are unconstitutional
Court dismisses Graham Dwyer’s appeal against murder conviction
Supreme Court rules seizure of computer from home of convicted murderer Quirke was 'unlawful'
Supreme Court to hear appeal against refusal to grant widower’s pension to an unmarried father
UK Supreme Court challenge on lawfulness of Northern Ireland protocol is dismissed
All time
US Senate passes landmark bill to protect same-sex marriage
Attorney General to step down from his role in coming weeks
Government must take time to examine CETA judgement, says Varadkar
Why the letters CETA now spell trouble for the Government
Opinion: Today's ruling vindicates Costello's decision to take Ceta to the Supreme Court
David Kenny
CETA: Supreme Court rules trade deal cannot be ratified by Oireachtas unless law is changed
Trump asks Supreme Court to intervene over classified documents seized in Mar-a-Lago raid
Kenya court upholds WiIliam Ruto's presidential election after claims of fraud
UK court upholds decision to withdraw 12-year-old's life sustaining treatment
Supreme Court clears way for Hutch and Dowdall murder trials to proceed before Special Criminal Court
Biden administration says US doctors must offer abortion if mother’s life at risk
Supreme Court to hear HSE's appeal over decision to lift consultant doctor's suspension