Patrick Connolly

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For the Scottish former footballer, see Paddy Connolly.

Patrick Connolly is a former Attorney General of Ireland who was appointed by Charles Haughey. Connolly resigned after Malcolm McArthur, who had been a house-guest of Connolly's, was arrested for murder (see GUBU).[1]

Connolly returned to practice at the Irish bar and still works today as a Senior Counsel in Dublin.[citation needed]

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Legal offices
Preceded by
Peter Sutherland
Attorney General of Ireland
1982
Succeeded by
John L. Murray