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# Courts Service

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'Serious' criminal trials in Dublin being delayed due to ongoing rise of Covid-19 cases
Courts Service warns of phone scam using what appears to be one of its own numbers
Over €123,000 paid out incorrectly in 'on-call' allowances to Courts Service staff
Croke Park to host criminal trials during first three months of 2021
Almost 100,000 courts summonses delayed in Irish system following Covid-19 restrictions
Seamus Woulfe postpones meeting with Chief Justice 'for personal reasons'
Courts gearing up to expand sittings with new plans to deal with the 'growing backlog of cases'
Full court sittings set to resume tomorrow
Court sessions limited to two hours a day, due to 'additional' safety measures
Courts to increase number of video sittings to overcome Covid-19 restrictions
Courts introduce 'unprecedented' measures to better adhere to social distancing rules
Criminal Courts to 'further stagger' start times for cases after overcrowding outside courtroom
Covid-19: Irish courts to only hear 'urgent cases' in the coming weeks
Supreme Court sits with highest proportion of female judges on bench ever
Drivers who don't pay fines shouldn't be able to renew motor tax, says Courts Service
'It's time we called out the insurance industry': Courts figures show drop in number of personal injury cases
Only journalists and lawyers to be allowed text and tweet in court says Ireland's top judge
Courts Service of Ireland reduces shares in Big Tobacco, but still holds €4.5m worth in stocks
Minister keen to give Smithfield family court complex the green light
Man who stole €76,000 in welfare payments while running a successful courier business avoids jail
Sharp increase in personal injury suits with almost 22,000 filed last year
Courts Service of Ireland still holds €6 million worth of shares in tobacco companies
Nearly €36 million in court fines unpaid in last four years
FactCheck: Are motor insurance claims and legal fees going up or down?
There has been a jump in divorce cases, with more women than men applying
Are Ireland's children in care subject to a "geographic lottery"?
Fewer people are being taken to court for drink driving offences
Calls for Portlaoise Courthouse to be moved after 'mass gurrier brawl'
The number of female judges has hit a record high
Court of Appeal sits for the first time, but they already have a 'ready-made backlog'
Judges claim €1.67 million in expenses - But who cost the most?
Swords, Balbriggan, Tallaght and Dún Laoghaire - You're keeping your courthouses
Justice Minister adds to calls for 'imaginative' solution to court backlogs
Courts 'poor box' to be scrapped in favour 'more transparent' reparations fund
Confused about separation or divorce? New videos aim to offer simple advice
Oxfam, Focus and Garda Trust all benefit from €2m 'Poor Box' fund
Child care applications up 15 per cent in 2012, wide variations between towns
Chief Justice: death of judge Kevin Feeney is a 'great loss to the State'
Courts Service hands keys of Kilmainham Courthouse over to OPW
Change in law sees almost 13,000 applications for safety and protection orders