One of Northern Ireland's leading lawyers has died following a long battle with leukaemia.
Business at Belfast Crown Court was adjourned for a time on Wednesday after the death of John Creaney QC, OBE, at his home in Cultra was announced.
The Recorder of Belfast, His Honour Tom Burgess, said Mr Creaney "served the cause of justice with great integrity".
Mr Creaney, first called to the Bar in 1957, had been a prosecutor during the 'supergrass' trials of the Troubles.
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