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Graham Dwyer Wins Legal Action Over Data Use From Mobile Phone


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Graham Dwyer has won his legal action against the State and Garda Commissioner over the use of mobile phone data in his murder trial.

The former architect was convicted by a jury three years ago of the 2012 murder of childcare worker Elaine O’Hara.

Mobile phone data formed a huge part of the trial but Dwyer argued it shouldn’t have been used as it breached his rights.

The High Court has ruled that Irish laws - which allow for mobile phone data to be retained and accessed - breaches EU law.

He has already stated his intention to go to the Court of Appeal to challenge his murder conviction.

Additional reporting by Stephanie Rohan


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