From top: Claire Byrne arriving at the Four Courts on Friday; Nicky Kehoe leaving the courts on Friday.
A former Sinn Féin councillor and IRA gunman has been awarded €3,500 in his High Court case for damages against RTÉ for defamation.
Nicky Kehoe, who is now a political manager for Sinn Féin, had sued over comments made about him during a live radio debate in October 2015.
The jury found the contents of the broadcast meant that Mr Kehoe was not a fit person to be involved in the democratic process.
However, it found the broadcaster was only 35% responsible for the defamation and Joe Costello was responsible for 65%.
RTÉ lawyers say they plan to appeal the case and said it is possibly the lowest award of damages ever made in a defamation case.