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This year
Teenager charged with attacks on three English tourists in Temple Bar has bail revoked
A court heard he knocked over an elderly woman and injured a Garda inspector while evading officers in the same area on Sunday.
Teen accused of Temple Bar robbery faces new charges over separate attack
The teenager has been remanded in custody.
Man refused bail over €340k cannabis seizure at Dublin Airport after flight from LA
A garda told the court that customs officers detected the drugs in a suitcase, and she alleged the accused was ‘caught red-handed’.
Healthcare worker accused of false imprisonment allegedly threw chilli powder into woman’s eyes
The man was remanded in custody to appear at Cloverhill District Court next week.
Simeon Burke spared jail and fined €300 over Court of Appeal melee
The younger brother of sacked teacher Enoch Burke had refused to take up bail since his arrest last month.
'Easily led' teenager placed on 15 month probation over pursuit of a stolen car in Dublin
The defendant lead gardaí on a short pursuit before abandoning the car and running.
Teen spared custodial sentence over canal push attack on Chinese woman
Video footage of the incident went viral on social media site TikTok almost three years ago.
Man shot in shoulder during alleged assault on off-duty Garda SDU officer, court hears
The incident occurred at the junction of Kingsland Parade and Portobello Road in Dublin on 23 August 2017.
Case dropped against 14-year-old charged in connection with Ballyfermot Garda car ramming incident
The case was dropped to allow the teen to participate in a crime diversion
YouTuber cleared of breaking Covid lockdown laws after judge accepts he had media exemption
Sean Leahy, 51, pleaded not guilty to a charge for breaking the stay at home laws under the Health Act.
Irish Water fined €7,000 for failing to carry out upgrades to overloaded treatment plants
The case came before Dublin District Court today.
Man accused of sexual assault injured after being confronted by ‘vigilantes’, court hears
Anatol Botnari, 23, was arrested on Saturday night and taken to Ballymun Garda Station.
Father accused of attempting child abduction refused bail
He was charged with burglary and attempted abduction of the child on a date earlier this month.
Last year
Second man charged with 2019 killing of young father shot while pushing a buggy
Jordan Davis, 22, from Darndale, was shot by a gunman on a bike while pushing his four-month-old son’s pushchair.
Man convicted of lewd act in M&S public toilet
Gardaí had set up a surveillance operation following reports that men had been using the toilets for public masturbation.
Third man in court over Ballyfermot garda attacks
Gardai arrested three men and one woman during the investigation.
Malahide pubs face licence challenge over 'nuisance’ outdoor serving
The case is listed again for mention on 8 December.
Drunk passenger with pants down on Ryanair flight gets suspended sentence
The father of one was accused of being in an intoxicated state while aboard a flight into Dublin last year.
Judge hits seven motorists with fines totalling €105k for unpaid M50 tolls
None of the seven motorists appeared before the courts.
Bail granted for woman arrested near Leinster House after allegedly threatening to attack TD
She is charged with possessing a screwdriver as a weapon during the incident.
Bail refused for man charged with sexual assault of woman who was 'fighting him off'
The fact the man, who was arrested on Dublin’s Camden Street Lower, is living in the UK.
Dublin teen spared sentence for online harassment of BBC journalist
The teenage boy harassed BBC News Northern Ireland’s Aileen Moynagh and several RTÉ journalists.
Two month evidence wait for ex-school principal facing 90 sex abuse charges
Last month gardaí charged Patrick Harte (80) with 83 indecent assaults, one attempted indecent assault and six sexual assaults from 1967 to 1995.
Teen 'guilty of violent disorder' receives probation for Howth Junction incident
The 17-year-old was released on six months of supervised probation today.
Retired school principal on 90 sex abuse charges
Most of the offences allegedly happened at Maria Christian Brothers primary school on Synge Street, Dublin.
Aaron Brady to stand trial in Special Criminal Court for plotting to pervert course of justice
Brady was handed a life sentence in 2020 for the fatal shooting of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe.
Extradited man accused of attempted murder of brother of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch and second man
Michael Carroll was extradited from the UK today and was arrested after his flight landed in Dublin.
Bail terms set for pair charged over 'horrific' burglary at Sligo pensioner Tom Niland's home
Mr Justice David Keane ordered both men to sign on daily at a garda station, obey 8pm to 8am curfews and surrender their passports.
Man charged over revolver and ammo seizure in Clondalkin remanded in custody
A man in his 20s was hospitalised with non-life-threatening injuries after a gunshot earlier this month.
Former model accused of assaulting woman at Luas stop
The alleged assault happened last July.
Ex-Garda Superintendent signs guilty plea following drug seizure
John Murphy, 61, is charged with possessing cannabis for sale or supply.
Bail granted to man accused of driving truck through the gates of Russian embassy in Dublin
Desmond Wisley was charged yesterday evening with dangerous driving at the embassy and criminal damage to its gates.
Man remanded in custody over attacks on woman and two men in St Stephen's Green
He is due to appear at Cloverhill District Court next Thursday.
Man (40) appears in court in connection with fatal shooting of Michael Tormey
The 49 year-old victim was shot dead earlier this month.
Dublin teen charged with blackmailing woman for money and video game console
The 17-year-old boy was remanded on bail pending directions from the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Hearing of boy (13) accused of ‘worrying’ sex assaults on four women and teen girl adjourned
The hearing has been for updated welfare reports.
Strict bail granted to two male youths charged with Ballyfermot assault
The two 18-year-olds appeared before the Criminal Courts of Justice at 10.30am.
All time
BBC journalist tells judge how she hoped bringing 'obsessive' teen to court would 'shine light' on social media dangers
In September, the 17-year-old boy from Dublin pleaded guilty to harassing BBC journalist Aileen Moynagh.
Vodafone fined €13k over delays in transferring landline numbers and unlocking mobile phones
The Commission for Communications Regulation prosecuted the broadband and phone service after looking into customer complaints in 2020 and earlier this year.
Former rugby international Mullin sent forward for trial over fraud allegation
Gardaí have been investigating bank fraud allegations stretching back a decade.