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#Courts

# courts - Tuesday 31 July, 2012

'Unusual sentence' for sex offender raises doubts about system's fairness

Anthony Lyons had five-and-a-half years of his six-year sentence suspended after being found guilty of sexually attacking a woman in Dublin two years ago.

Thomas McFeely due in court to appeal prison sentence and €1 million fine

The bankrupt developer is appealing against his sentence for failing to fix the major fire safety problems in Priory Hall.

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Man charged over Shay O'Byrne murder three years ago

The man is due to appear in court later this morning.