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Prosecutions

# prosecutions - Monday 17 March, 2014

“They don’t know what daylight is”: Rescuing hens to give them a new life

You’ll want to buy free-range eggs after finding out about the lives these hens lived.

# prosecutions - Tuesday 16 July, 2013

Just one prosecution being sought over horsemeat scandal

Minister Simon Coveney says he is not going to court unless he knows he can win.

# prosecutions - Wednesday 6 March, 2013

Two Chinese restaurants among 12 enforcement orders served last month

The Food Safety Authority closed twelve business last month under food safety legislation.

# prosecutions - Tuesday 26 February, 2013

New report on human trafficking highlights low number of prosecutions

The Immigrant Council of Ireland said this shows a “clear need for a fresh approach to identifying victims”.

# prosecutions - Wednesday 6 February, 2013

Figures show scale of non-compliance with food labelling and traceability

The figures were released over the past year and also indicate how many prosecutions took place.

# prosecutions - Sunday 8 April, 2012

Shatter admits frustration, but says Anglo probe can’t be rushed

The minister for justice responds to criticism from Pat Rabbitte in today’s Sunday Independent, saying full investigations need time.

# prosecutions - Tuesday 1 November, 2011

DPP prosecuted in more than 60 per cent of cases last year DPP

DPP prosecuted in more than 60 per cent of cases last year

However, about 3,312 suspects were not prosecuted by the DPP because of a lack of sufficient evidence in Garda files.

# prosecutions - Thursday 19 May, 2011

White collar criminals will not be “protected species”

Minister vows to give gardaí and prosecutors powers to bring prosecutions more efficiently and to tackle white collar crime.