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Attorney General v X,  IESC 1;  1 IR 1, (more commonly known as the "X Case") was a landmark Irish Supreme Court case which established the right of Irish women to an abortion if a pregnant woman's life was at risk because of pregnancy, including the risk of suicide.
|Attorney General v X|
|Court||Supreme Court of Ireland|
|Full case name||The Attorney General v. X. and Others|
|Decided||5 March 1992|
|Citation(s)||Attorney General v X  IESC 1,  1 IR 1|
|Appealed from||Attorney General v X (High Court) 17 February 1992|
|Judges sitting||Finlay CJ, McCarthy J, O'Flatherty J, Egan J, Hederman J|
|Under Article 40.3.3° of the Constitution, termination of pregnancy is only permissible where there is a "real and substantial risk to the life of the mother", including a real and substantial risk of suicide. To require there to be a risk of immediate or inevitable death would not adequately vindicate the right to life of the mother.|
|Decision by||Finlay CJ|
|Concurrence||McCarthy J, O'Flaherty J, Egan J|