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Case Summary: MF -v- Superintendent Ballymun Garda Station & Ors  1 IR 189 Issued : July 2014 Where the matter concerned the "special and possibly unique category" of children, who were not represented at hearings, the Supreme Court proceeded to hear a case in order to clarify the law on child protection. Case Summary: O’Donoghue -v- Minister for Health & Ors  IEHC 2 Issued : July 2014 Where a mentally handicapped child sought to vindicate his right to primary education, notwithstanding that the State had granted him a place on a concessionary basis, the High Court held that a determination of the rights and duties in issue was required. Case Summary: McCann -v- Monaghan District Court & Ors  IEHC 276 Issued : July 2014 Where legislation governing imprisonment for non-payment of a debt would continue to affect the Plaintiff even if the order under challenge were quashed, the High Court proceeded with a hearing addressing the legislation's constitutionality. Case Summary: O’Brien -v- The Personal Injuries Assessment Board  1 IR 328 Issued : July 2014 Where the Court's judgment would affect how the Respondent exercised its statutory powers in the future, the Supreme Court allowed a judicial review hearing to proceed. Case Summary: Goold -v- Collins  IEHC 38 Issued : July 2014 Where the parties had reached an agreement on the protection order in issue, the Supreme Court held that the matter was moot and reviewed case law on mootness.
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