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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Criminal Courts of Justice

This year
Two men charged over serious assault in Dublin city
The men are due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.
Last year
27 people in court over dozens of crimes targeting businesses in north Dublin
The charges were brought following an operation by gardaí from Clontarf, Howth and Raheny garda stations.
All time
Man hospitalised with head injuries after attack inside Criminal Courts of Justice
Gardaí are investigating the incident.
Man to appear in court after arrest during search at which dog was shot dead
Gardaí were attacked by a dog inside a house in Dublin where they were carrying out a search.
Man charged in relation to €140,000 cannabis seizure and €30,000 of suspected stolen items
The man was arrested after a residence in the Stoneybatter area of Dublin 7 was searched yesterday.
Man in court over arson incident in Clondalkin
The arson incident occurred in Clondalkin in August.
Man (34) to appear in court over cyber-enabled fraud
The 34-year-old man will appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice tomorrow at 10.30am.
'Nothing will bring Adrian back': Family of slain garda say justice has been served following killer's conviction
Aaron Brady was found guilty of the capital murder of the garda this afternoon.
Gardaí release photos of phones after three men charged over theft and fraud offences in Dublin
All three men are due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice at 10.30am this morning.
Man (42) charged in connection with international money laundering investigation
The man is due to appear before the Criminal Court of Justice at 10.30am this morning.
Conor McGregor has motoring summons struck out in less than 10 seconds
The 30-year-old faced four traffic offences dating from an incident in July.
Former Terenure College rugby coach to stand trial for indecent assault of nine boys
John McClean worked at the prestigious school for decades before taking up a position in UCD.
Former Ros na Rún actor convicted of orally raping young woman after offering her a lift home
Garrett Philips did not inform his wife about the matter until the evening before his trial last month.
Man (30s) refused bail after being charged in connection with alleged Dublin hit-and-run
Two male pedestrians were seriously injured when they were struck by a car in Blanchardstown, Dublin yesterday.
Jury sworn in for second retrial of Cavan childminder accused of causing serious harm to baby
The 36-year-old denies the charge of intentionally or recklessly causing serious harm to the baby at her home.
Man jailed for life for murder of father with machine gun while dressed in drag
Christopher McDonald (34) was found guilty by unanimous verdict of the 2014 murder of Keith Walker in west Dublin.
Jobstown trial suspended after juror is discharged
The sole member of the jury will now be replaced at a fresh selection tomorrow morning.
Man charged with murder of Michael Barr at the Sunset House
29-year-old Eamonn Cumberton appeared before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.
Three suspected dissident republicans due in court after Limerick arrests
Gardaí seized two cars, a gun and ammunition on Saturday in the arrests.
People have been lying about how big their engines are
As part of a scam to pay lower motor tax
Sword-wielding teen who staged "one man rebellion" gets community service
19-year-old Jordan Buckley was wrestled to the ground by three gardaí after rushing the front door of Leinster House with a sword.
Man in court over fatal road crash after garda pursuit
The 26-year-old was charged with dangerous driving causing death.
Jury yet to reach a verdict in Anglo trial
Today is day 45 of the trial which has heard evidence from 54 witnesses.
Woman (40) in court over fatal stabbing on New Year's Day
Wayne McQuillan (30) died after being stabbed in the early hours of the morning on New Year’s Day in Drogheda.
Woman accused of assisting in suicide is in court today
The case is believed to be the first of its kind in Ireland.
Man due in court after pensioner seriously assaulted during burglary
The 69-year-old was found with serious head injuries, lying on the floor of the house.
Nevin loses challenge against murder conviction's inclusion in civil case
Catherine Nevin fails in a bid to have her murder conviction ruled inadmissible in a case over her husband’s estate.
Man to appear in court tomorrow over Nassau Street death
The man will appear in court tomorrow charged in connection with the death of another man who was fatally struck by a bus in Dublin city centre on Thursday.
Man to be charged in relation to Alan Ryan murder
The man, who is in his 30s, will appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.
FitzPatrick and two other former Anglo execs sent forward for trial
Seán FitzPatrick and two other former executives of Anglo Irish Bank appeared in court in Dublin today as they each face 16 charges of providing unlawful financial assistance four years ago.
Man due in court over Swedish House Mafia assault
The 22-year-old will appear in the Criminal Courts of Justice in relation to a Phoenix Park assault on July 7.
Man due in court over syringe robbery
A man in his 30s will appear before a court in Dublin later this morning.
In pictures: Seán FitzPatrick signs on at Dublin garda station
Kicking off what will be a weekly ritual for the former head of Anglo Irish Bank, FitzPatrick signed on at Irishtown Garda Station yesterday evening.
A nice tan but no cheeky grin from Seánie on his day in court
There were more than a few interested spectators as the former chairman and chief executive of the now defunct Anglo Irish Bank appeared in a criminal court in Dublin.
Seán FitzPatrick charged in connection with alleged Anglo financial irregularities
The former chairman and chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank has been charged with 16 offences related to alleged fraud at the bank.
12-year sentence for 'road rage' manslaughter
Karl Donohue is jailed for 12 years for the manslaughter of a British man who he attacked with a hurley in September 2010.
Over 100 cases affected as Shatter questions legality of lawyers' strike
The Minister for Justice Alan Shatter described the actions of criminal law barristers and solicitors today as “absolutely extraordinary”.
Criminal courts may stop hearings as lawyers begin strike
Barristers and solicitors are due to strike today over possible cuts to legal aid fees.
Shatter hopes lawyers will call off 'extraordinary' strike action
Criminal law solicitors and barristers are expected to strike on Thursday over cuts to the Criminal Legal Aid scheme.
Courts disrupted by Dublin floods
All jury trials are not going ahead today while there is disruption to District Court cases, among others.