Barron Morris Solicitors
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  • The Court of Appeal was established by the Court of Appeal Act, 2014 on 28th October 2014, taking on the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court (save for certain ‘leapfrog Appeals’) and replacing the Court of Criminal Appeal. The Court of Appeal hears all appeals by convicted persons against convictions or the severity of sentences given by the Circuit Criminal Court, the Central Criminal Cou...

Barron Morris Solicitors
Barron Morris Solicitors
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  • All motorists who drive their vehicle in a public place must be covered by a valid policy of insurance, and must be able to produce same when demanded by An Garda Siochana. It is an offence to drive without valid insurance, and it is a separate offence to be unable to produce the policy documents when demanded. The main governing legislation is found within Section 56 of the Road Traffic Act, 1961...

Barron Morris Solicitors
Barron Morris Solicitors
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  • For many reasons, adult persons may, at any time, encounter difficulty in making decisions on their own welfare, property and affairs, or may be unable entirely to make such decisions. Previously, where a person in that position had not prepared an Enduring Power of Attorney prior to losing capacity (if there had ever been such a point), the only avenue of assistance was the Wardship process. 2015...

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Barron Morris Solicitors
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  • Concerned that Ireland was not doing enough to attract wealthy non-EEA investors, the Government launched the Start-up Entrepreneur Programme (STEP) and the Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) schemes in 2012. Both schemes are immigration permission programmes aimed at assisting migrant entrepreneurs and investors from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who are prepared to invest in Ireland f...

Barron Morris Solicitors
Barron Morris Solicitors
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  • In a criminal trial, once there has been a plea or a finding of guilty, the court may proceed to sentencing. Sentencing in Ireland is a judicial function, except circumscribed by legislation within the bounds of the separation of powers. Judicial discretion is the cornerstone of Irish sentencing policy. It is normally the prosecution which opens the sentencing hearing by presenting the facts of th...

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