Courts unwilling to dictate to state

Courts unwilling to dictate to state

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

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 the state to court.

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