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The court found that as a matter of probability, a defendant will be afforded a fair trial in summary proceedings in the District Court while represented solely by a solicitor.

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Gordon Brown & Jacqui Smith

The proposal is a recipe for injustice. They are saying that they want to imprison people for up to 42 days while they search for evidence upon which they could charge them with an offence.

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A cup of tea for Mr. Obama!

I suggest the true reason is very deep; candidate or no, Barack Obama is, essentially, on the wrong side of an asymmetric relationship. The State has and owns the information it took from him and feels no obligation to him for that. In short, the Privacy Act 1974, like all such provisions anywhere, is a sop.

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The Web

Eoin O’Dell asks a valid question. What is a website for?

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Digital Rights Ireland Litigation

There are currently three Motions before the High Court. They are, currently appearing in Court 1 Distillery Church St. Dublin 7.

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Lawyers

If you are a lawyer, you stand between the abuse of governmental power and the individual.

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The Source of Law?

…and no man knows when they were first put forth.

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Arbitration: Whut’s dat?

So, not only do the lawyers become judges but they thereafter scandalize the world (the non-lawyer world anyway; lawyers know more than they can tell).

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Extraordinary Rendition and Extraordinary Stupidity

…some “specially trainedâ€? Garda officers have reported to the government that there is no evidence of CIA rendition through Shannon.

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Human Rights Commission

THE HIGH COURT 2006 No. 3785P   Between   DIGITAL RIGHTS IRELAND LIMITED Plaintiff And   THE MINISTER FOR COMMUNICATIONS, MARINE AND NATURAL RESOURCES, THE MINISTER FOR JUSTICE, EQUALITY AND LAW REFORM, THE COMMISSIONER FOR THE GARDA SIOCHANA, IRELAND AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL Defendants 20th December 2007 1. The High Court (Clarke J.) has adjourned the application of the Irish Human Rights Commission (seeking leave to be heard in the proceedings as amicus curiae) to 28th January 2008. 2. The […]

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