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This year
Man who stamped uncle to death is jailed for life as family speak of 'chilling reality of evil'
Last year
High Court orders surrender of convicted murderer to Northern Ireland
Second trial of James Kilroy, accused of murdering his wife Valerie French Kilroy, collapses
Man who claimed partner stabbed herself found guilty of manslaughter, cleared of murder charge
Man who pleaded guilty to two Sligo murders jailed for life
Aaron Brady's lawyers claim integrity of trial breached when key witness interrupted by unseen man
Aaron Brady's lawyers claim late disclosure of documents rendered murder trial unfair
Laois man to face retrial after his conviction for rape is quashed by the Court of Appeal
Aaron Brady's lawyers claim jury may have worried about dying from Covid-19 during murder trial
What the jury didn't hear in 'cold case' trial that found Noel Long guilty of Nora Sheehan's murder
‘We hope you are at peace now’: Family of Nora Sheehan on their 42-year wait for justice
Jury in 'cold case' trial find Noel Long guilty of murder of Nora Sheehan in 1981
'Cold case' murder trial opens with man (74) accused of 1981 murder of woman in Co Cork
Man accused of murdering two men in Sligo changes senior counsel ahead of November trial
Pre-trial hearing begins in case of 74-year-old man accused of murdering Nora Sheehan in 1981
Waterford convicted murderer launches appeal claiming he was drunk during garda interviews
Tallaght man found guilty of manslaughter of friend following a row over a scooter in 2021
Hutch’s bid to have his legal costs paid by the State adjourned to next month
State to oppose bid by Gerard Hutch to reimburse his legal fees for Regency shooting trial
Polish man accused of murdering Michael McDonagh to go on trial this afternoon
Jury discharged after Valerie French Kilroy murder trial encounters 'unexpected complex matter'
Man was found naked in field after he killed wife at Co Mayo home in 2019, jury told
Man sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering teenage boy during pizza delivery
51-year-old man admits murdering a teenage boy in Co Meath in 2021
Gerard 'The Monk' Hutch will not take stand in Regency murder trial, court hears
Lawyers for Gerard Hutch don't expect to call any evidence on his behalf, trial hears
Man pleads guilty to facilitating murder of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods
'No further steps' to be taken by parties in Hutch trial in relation to 'curious development'
'Curious development' in Hutch trial as document disclosed to defence
All time
Dowdall denies using promise of bomb timers to get dissidents to mediate in Hutch-Kinahan feud
Dowdall says his mother and children received death threats since he turned State's witness
Jonathan Dowdall due to give evidence in murder trial on Monday
No evidence to support allegation Hutch 'effectively confessed' other than Dowdall's 'say so'
Garda denied he "soft-pedalled evidence" around Jonathan Dowdall's plea, Regency trial hears
Special Criminal Court to rule on admissibility of Hutch recordings on Friday
Gerry Hutch trial: Permission to deploy garda bugging device sought under 'culture of secrecy'
Judges to listen to 10 hours of conversations between Hutch and Dowdall captured by gardaí
Garda didn't consult DPP when destroying records from tracker on Dowdall's jeep, Hutch trial hears
All records from tracking device on Dowdall's vehicle destroyed before murder trial began, court hears
Taxi driver said 'thank god' when gardaí arrived to tow his car, trial of Gerard 'The Monk' Hutch hears