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# criminal justice

Last month
May 2024
'It's very different being a victim of crime now to what it was 10 years ago'
Last year
Explainer: Why are Irish criminal barristers going on strike for the first time ever?
Restorative justice referrals decreased last year despite Government promise to build capacity
All time
Ireland is failing to meet its obligations regarding hate crime, report says
Irish citizens who commit serious offences abroad will be open to prosecution from today
Almost all women in Irish prisons are there for committing petty crime
Trump holds meeting with Kim Kardashian days away from historic summit with North Korea leader
The 'sexy' side of criminal law - fixing wrongful convictions, and why people confess to crimes they didn't commit
Leo: Some people told me to shut up and keep my head down
Sexual assault patients could have more time to keep biological evidence
Big increase in number of women being sent to jail
Lisa McInerney: So St Pat's is to close - but that's just the first step
Lisa McInerney
"There's going to be riots" when St Patrick's inmates move to new prison
Victim devastated as man who raped her when she was 14 ‘walks free’
Nine murders committed by people released on bail
Department insists public will be safeguarded from sex offenders
New bill will allow minor criminal records to be wiped
160 prisoners to be granted temporary release for Christmas
Guess how many people have been jailed for not paying fines this year?