Tuesday January 28, 2020

Up to 17 appeals on hold after death of Supreme Court judge

Some appeals may not be materially affected while others may have to be re-heard

13th March, 2016
Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman passed away last Monday Pic:RollingNews.ie

Up to 17 Supreme Court appeals will be affected by the sudden death of Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman last Monday.

The Courts Service has confirmed that cases involving the late judge which were unfinished or awaiting judgment will be listed by the court in due course to determine a way forward.

Some appeals may not be materially affected while others may have to be re-heard, at least in part.

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