# courts - Today’s News
James O’Donovan pleaded not guilty to dangerous driving causing the death of Rosana Potts and another woman.
# courts - Yesterday’s News
The man had been trying to prevent his deportation to Jordan.
Mary White was cycling along Burlington Road in south Dublin when she was hit by a bus.
The court was told that the State had failed to prove the bank existed.
# courts - Thursday 23 June, 2016
TheJournal.ie won at Justice Media Awards for excellence in reporting on mental health issues and on family law.
Christopher Coleman’s sentence is in the lower half of the medium band for dangerous driving causing death.
Two men and a woman were arrested in Co Offaly.
The man pleaded guilty to three charges of sexual abuse between January 1991 and May 1991.
# courts - Wednesday 22 June, 2016
The incident happened at the Club Mission nightclub in Newcastle West.
The 42-year-old accused had earlier pleaded guilty to hitting his wife with a hammer in 2014.
The victim was blinded in one eye after she was sprayed with drain cleaner outside a restaurant.
Lucas Lima (25) was offered between €1,000 and €3,000 to bring the bag from Spain.
# courts - Tuesday 21 June, 2016
Lithuanian Deivydas Zigelis stabbed his flatmate Alexander Karpovs when he returned from the butcher empty-handed.
British father Ben Butler was today found guilty of murdering his six-year-old daughter, 11 months after winning a custody battle.
The top of his finger was left attached to the toilet door.
The prisoner, a drug abuser, has since died.
Court proceedings seeking damages for breach of contract were heard yesterday.
# courts - Monday 20 June, 2016
The feud originated following the exchange of ‘very mild banter’ between the two women’s children at school.
Johanna Kelly had been freed from prison following her conviction for manslaughter on condition that she give up alcohol and engage with probation services.
The court also heard he owed €340,000 in arrears.
His siblings urged families with similar concerns about the mental health of a family member to seek timely intervention.
It’s World Refugee Day today. This is the first time the threshold of 60 million has been crossed.
# courts - Friday 17 June, 2016
Store Street was closed yesterday morning after the incident.
“I’m going to finish this tonight”, the accused is alleged to have said to his wife before hitting her with a hammer.
The Maher family tell their raw story, in their own words.
# courts - Thursday 16 June, 2016
Andrew Shannon was previously jailed for damaging a €10 million Monet painting at the National Gallery.
Eugene Maher died from head injuries hours after being struck by a car driven by Christopher Coleman.
He previously told the court he was against paying due to his grievance with the way RTÉ spends taxpayers’ money.
The 79-year-old was convicted on 98 counts in 2010.
He had legal costs awarded against him.
He had been given numerous warnings from his superiors not to contact her.
# courts - Wednesday 15 June, 2016
An inmate who held another hostage in a cell was given a three and a half year sentence today.
# courts - Tuesday 14 June, 2016
The Moore Street site was ruled a “battlefield site” by the High Court in March.
The abuse is alleged to have taken place in the early 1980s, when the boy was aged between 10 and 13 years.
The boy fell against the metal mechanism of a pull-out bed.
Liam Corr’s mother reported him to gardaí after finding the pornography on his phone.
# courts - Monday 13 June, 2016
Patryk Krupa died in 2014 after being attacked.
Sky claims that Molloys pub continued to show sports events without a licence.
# courts - Saturday 11 June, 2016
The man said he has spent most of his life trying to avoid facing the abuse, which happened in the 1970s.
Solange Bakonsa also claimed that she had been called a liar by the cashier.
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