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This year
Drunk driver appeals conviction over fatal crash, says 'he shouldn't have represented himself'
The judge described the submission as a “very radical proposition – I think without precedent in the Irish courts”.
Man with 41 previous convictions who defiled teen girl has six-year sentence halved on appeal
The male was also placed on the sex offenders register.
Last year
Man accused of murdering his elderly mother pleads not guilty by reason of insanity
Brendan Murray spoke only to confirm his name and enter his not guilty plea when the sole charge of murder was put to him.
Drogheda criminal admits facilitating Keane Mulready-Woods murder
Keane Mulready-Woods (17), was last seen alive in Drogheda on 12 January 2020.
Man pleads guilty to soliciting murder of couple who exchanged intimate messages with his wife
Kennedy’s partner had made contact with the couple, who live in rural Canada, via an online game
Woman killed by son had six wounds to the head, murder trial jury hears
Patrick Dunne has pleaded not guilty to murdering his mother Susan Dunne.
Man accused of Lordship Credit Union robbery to be tried at non-jury Special Criminal Court
The court today accepted an application by the Director of Public Prosecutions to hear the case.
Jonathan Dowdall and father Patrick plead guilty to facilitating 2016 Regency Hotel murder
The murder was the catalyst for the Kinahan/Hutch feud.
Former Garda says he 'hated' being forced to return to work after making bullying complaints
The tribunal is hearing from retired Garda Sergeant Paul Barry, formerly of Mitchelstown Garda Station in Co Cork.
All time
Man to go on trial at Special Criminal Court over robbery at Lordship Credit Union in 2013
Brendan ‘Benny’ Treanor (34) appeared at the non-jury court this morning.
Bail for man who fled to Ireland over 20 years ago after terrorism conviction in France
The Algerian man is wanted by French authorities, having been convicted by a court in his absence in 2001.
Man pleads guilty to involvement in 2017 attempted murder of Kinahan gang target James Gately
Stephen Fowler pleaded guilty at the Special Criminal Court.
Dublin man to be tried at Special Criminal Court for 2016 murder of Gareth Hutch
Gareth Hutch was shot dead in Dublin in May 2016.
Donegal man who broke neighbour's jaw and rammed into her house twice has sentence doubled
Leon Kelly tried to escape gardaí by swimming to Tyrone.
Child rapist appeals indecent assault conviction on girl over 'adverse' media coverage
74-year-old Stephen ‘Rossi’ Walsh was convicted on 21 October 2010 of two counts of indecent assault.
Man (31) sentenced to life imprisonment for Waterford murder
Stephen Keane was found guilty in May 2021 for the murder of 60-year-old John Lowe.
Man pleads guilty to 2017 murder of Limerick woman Rose Hanrahan
Alexandru Iordache (46) was charged with the murder of Rose Hanrahan (78).
Former Sinn Féin councillor Jonathan Dowdall charged with murder of David Byrne over Regency Hotel shooting
Byrne was shot dead at the hotel in Dublin in February 2016.
Senior cartel lieutenant 'Mr Nobody' admits to stashing €268,000 in Kildare attic
This afternoon, Declan Brady pleaded guilty at a brief hearing to possessing €268,000 concealed in a loft in Naas.
Hitman found guilty of shooting James 'Mago' Gately faces up to life in prison, court hears
Gately, who was a Kinahan cartel target, was shot five times in north Dublin on 10 May 2017.
Man who supplied car in IRA operation to put bomb under PSNI officer's jeep sentenced to three years
Robert O’Leary previously said “never in a million years” would he be involved with the IRA.
Miscarriage of justice declared for man who spent 16 years in jail for the murder of his infant son
Yusif Ali Abdi has been given leave to seek compensation from the State.
Two charged with involvement in attempted murder of Kinahan cartel target James Mago Gately
Peter Keating and Stephen Fowler have been charged.
Estonian Kinahan hitman will challenge extradition bid in October
He was jailed in December 2018 after he admitted to conspiring with others to murder James Gately.
Court hearing into attack on Kevin Lunney hears that car seized by gardaí may have been 'accidentally burned'
The non-jury court heard this morning that the trial will commence on Monday 21 January 2021.
Limerick man accused of trafficking rhino horns is extradited to US
A barrister for John Slattery expressed concern about his client’s transfer to a Texas prison because he is in a high-risk category in respect of Covid-19.
Two men admit roles in cartel plot to murder Patsy Hutch
Ciaran O’Driscoll and Stephen Curtis both pleaded guilty today.
Garda whistleblower insists former assistant commissioner engaged in 'deliberate and unmitigated' cover-up
The tribunal is in its fourth week and has now finished hearing from Garda Nicholas Keogh.
Whistleblower tells Tribunal that an 'incredible' admission was 'sat on for five months'
Garda Nicholas Keogh was cross-examined by counsel for An Garda Síochána.
Senior garda officer accuses whistleblower of orchestrated campaign to prevent his promotion
The tribunal is hearing from Garda Nicholas Keogh.
Disclosures Tribunal: Garda whistleblower says he felt 'trapped' in 'most stressful job in station'
The tribunal is hearing from Garda Nicholas Keogh.
Tribunal hears claims garda whistleblower went 'awol' from duty for four-day drinking binge
Garda Nicholas Keogh believes the days off duty were a medically certified absence.
Solicitor avoids jail time after giving mobile phone to incarcerated rapist
Joanne Kangley (41) appeared at Portlaoise Circuit Court pleading guilty to the offence.