The Court of Criminal Appeal has granted convicted murderer Catherine Nevin permission to attend court next month for the hearing of an application related to her bid to have her conviction for the murder of her husband Tom declared a miscarriage of justice.
Tue, 10 Mar, 2009
The Court of Criminal Appeal has fixed a date in January for the hearing part of convicted murderer Catherine Nevin's bid to have her conviction for the conviction for the murder of her husband Tom declared a miscarriage of justice.
Mon, 08 Dec, 2008
A barrister has been given two weeks by the High Court to give a complete and proper explanation as to what happened to €635,000 which a company claims it gave him to be paid to the Revenue Commissioners to settle it's tax liabilities.
Thu, 26 Jun, 2008
A HIGH Court judge has said there appears to be little doubt a “fraud” was perpetrated by a barrister who, while acting as tax consultant to a company, received large sums to be paid to the Revenue to settle tax liabilities but the Revenue never received those monies.
Fri, 21 Dec, 2007