Judgment has been reserved in the case of Louth man, Colm Murphy, who is appealing his conviction for his involvement in the Omagh bombing.

The Court of Criminal Appeal has heard three days of legal argument in the case based on 45 grounds of appeal put forward by Murphy's lawyers.

Murphy is serving 14 years in jail for conspiracy to cause explosions around the time of the Omagh bombing in 1998.

The Special Criminal Court found that he had provided mobile phones used by the bombers in the attack which killed 29 people.