Complex and sometimes harrowing evidence, long hours of boring or difficult details and one person’s fate in your hands, performing a juror’s duties is no easy task
The possibility that calls between lawyers and clients were recorded is deeply disturbing, writes James McDermott.
After two weeks of wall-to-wall coverage of the Anglo tapes, there has been much discussion of their impact on future criminal prosecutions, writes James McDermott.
You would think that the students who got their Leaving Certificate results last Wednesday have enough problems on their plate, with the recession making most third-level courses seem unlikely to lead to paid employment any time soon. The only growth
Cian and Yvonne O’ Cuanachain were told in the High Court last week they would have to cover their own costs of a failed action against the state on behalf of their six-year-old autistic son, Sean. James McDermott examines the legal perils of taking
I was recently reminded of a lucrative lecture tour undertaken by physicist Max Planck in the aftermath of his being awarded the Nobel prize.