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# Court

29th September 2023
17-year-old boy charged with murder of 15-year-old Elianne Andam appears in court
Elianne Andam was stabbed to death in Croydon, south London, as she went to school on Wednesday.
Two men appear in court charged in connection with cargo ship drug seizure
Both men were charged with conspiracy to import drugs under Section 71 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006.
Man charged with incitement to hatred with online posts about refugees to face trial
Graham Carey appeared before Judge John O’Leary today at Blanchardstown District Court.
GAA star DJ Carey charged with fraudulently claiming he had cancer as he appears before court
He appeared before a sitting of Blanchardstown District Court this morning.
Hurling star DJ Carey charged with fraudulently claiming he had cancer as he appears before court
He appeared before a sitting of Blanchardstown District Court this morning.
Two men charged in investigation into cargo ship drug seizure
€157 million worth of cocaine was seized from a cargo ship on Tuesday.
This week
24th September 2023 - 30th September 2023
Court of Appeal reduces €124,000 award made to man knocked off his bike by a bus
In its judgement today, the three-judge court agreed that the award should be cut.
Woman charged after garda 'temporarily blind' after being sprayed with chemical substance
Frances Harrison was remanded in continuing custody to appear again on 25 October.
Court dismisses former FAI chief John Delaney's appeal over CEA's access to seized documents
The former FAI chief had claimed that the documents were covered by Legal Professional Privilege.
Court dismisses former FAI chief John Delaney's appeal over CEA's access to seized documents
The former FAI chief had claimed that the documents were covered by Legal Professional Privilege.
Last week
17th September 2023 - 30th September 2023
Garda seek DPP decision over ‘random’ attack on man left with bleed on brain
Scott Cahill, 18, is charged with assault causing harm to a 48-year-old man.
This month
September 2023
Pensioner landlord charged with sexual assault of tenant at Ennis apartment
The landlord and tenant lived in the same building at the time of the alleged offence on October 1 last.
Daniel Khalife remanded in custody in London after being charged with prison escape
The 21-year-old former soldier was arrested on a canal towpath in west London on Saturday morning.
Two men acquitted of carrying out 2013 Lordship Credit Union robbery
Earlier today, Armagh man James Flynn was found guilty of conspiring to steal a car that was used in the robbery.
Vodafone, Chill Insurance, Hidden Hearing and MS charity guilty of unwanted marketing messages
Each defendant was told to pay €1031 in costs, with Vodafone receiving a conviction and a further fine of €500.
Iceland UK awarded costs after Metron Stores court application
Discount retailer Iceland closed its final stores in Ireland yesterday after Metron Stores Ltd entered into liquidation.
Teenager involved in Ballyfermot ramming incidents remanded in custody
The 15-year-old boy was linked to the collisions with the patrol car on 19 September 2022.
Five men charged over fatal assault of Mark Loughlin in Co Kildare in 2021
Mark Loughlin, aged in his 20s, died following an incident in Allenwood, Co Kildare on 3 January 2021.
Kerry military enthusiast has trial date set over machine gun component in luggage
Registered firearms trader Patrick O’Mahony Jr faces a single charge for possessing a bolt from a Browning machine gun.
Woman arrested at airport over cannabis seizure thought she was transporting handbags, court hears
Garda Tom McLoughlin alleged the accused had two suitcases and there was a “deliberate attempt to conceal 37kg of cannabis”.
Fresh court application over Enoch Burke's alleged ongoing refusal to stay away from school
The judge adjourned the matter to Friday’s vacation sitting of the court.
Families of two men killed on M50 question DPP's decision for no criminal prosecution over deaths
British men Paul Ingram and Brian McFarlane died instantly in the collision on 3 June 2022.
Mother accused of threats and intimidating ‘key witness' in manslaughter trial denied bail
The woman was charged her with making threats to kill or seriously harm a woman and threatening her with intent to obstruct justice.
Last month
August 2023
Supreme Court finds section of sexual offences law to be unconstitutional
The seven-judge court upheld a ruling made by the High Court last 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.
65-year-old tourist dragged onto ground into Dublin laneway during robbery, court hears
Rian Dunne was refused bail today.
Man to go on trial accused of attacking social media influencer and podcaster Charleen Murphy
Craig O’Brien is charged with assault causing harm to Murphy at the Grafton Capital Hotel on the night of 10 February.
Building company claims in court it lost €500k after 'false' reviews posted on hoax websites
The High Court heard today that the company does not maintain a website.
Teen accused of Temple Bar robbery faces new charges over separate attack
The teenager has been remanded in custody.
Nurse Lucy Letby convicted of murdering seven babies at English hospital neonatal unit
Prosecutors said Letby was a ‘calculated opportunist’ who used the vulnerabilities of premature and sick infants to camouflage her acts.
High Court extends orders preventing man with head injuries from discharging himself from hospital
The hospital’s lawyers argued that the man currently lacks the capacity to discharge himself.
Court grants disclosure orders against head of Christian Brothers in actions by Jack Manning victims
The actions are being taken by Anthony Doherty and Donal Lynch.
DPP directions awaited in case where man died after suffering injuries in alleged bottle attack
Jason Butler was allegedly slashed in the throat on 14 June. He died in hospital two days later.
Hospital secures High Court order preventing man with head injuries from discharging himself
The case returns before the court later this week.
Judge rules in favour of youths accusing Montana state of violating right to clean environment
The youths said they had been harmed by the “dangerous impacts of fossil fuels and the climate crisis”.
Enoch Burke's remarks over use of transcript strongly rebuked by High Court judge
The judge described comments made by the teacher as “utterly without foundation” and being borderline “contempt”.
Man accused of slashing teen during 'vicious and horrific' attack on bus in Dublin
The accused was arrested at Talbot Street in Dublin city centre.
Jury in 'cold case' trial find Noel Long guilty of murder of Nora Sheehan in 1981
Long had pleaded not guilty to murdering 54-year-old Sheehan between 6 and 12 June 1981.
Tourist spared jail for bringing cannabis jellies and magic mushrooms on trip to Ireland
Saaid Junaid was charged with unlawful possession of the drugs and possessing them for sale or supply.
UK court rules rape suspect Nicholas Rossi, who claims to be Irish orphan, can be extradited to US
Nicholas Rossi is wanted by authorities in Utah for allegedly raping a woman in 2008.