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# Minister For Justice

Last month
January 2024
Proceeds of crime law to be strengthened to keep assets out of the reach of criminals
McEntee confirms resignation of judge Gerard O'Brien following sexual assault conviction
Last year
2023
McEntee says it is ‘difficult’ to change priorities for gardaí without request
Twitter did not engage with gardaí when asked to take down 'vile' posts, Justice Minister says
Pressure mounts as Harris and McEntee called before justice committee over city centre violence
Justice Minister tells garda union that Commissioner will present 'options' to end dispute
McEntee calls for increased implementation of average-speed cameras on roads
Minister says attack on construction workers in Navan is 'not acceptable'
Dublin city crime: statistics indicate return to pre-pandemic incidence of assault
Majority of expert group call to replace Special Criminal Court with a new, non-jury court
Changes in laws brought about by Graham Dwyer EU Court of Justice ruling now in effect
Significant recommendation to make children's voices a 'priority' in family justice system
Govt aims to reform defamation laws to protect public-interest journalism and reduce costs
All time
Sister of George Nkencho launches High Court proceedings against State
All recommendations from report on cancelled 999 calls will be implemented, says McEntee
Gardaí take part in parade to mark 100th anniversary of policing handover
Minister for Justice Helen McEntee expecting second child
Justice minister to oppose mother's challenge against son's killer being transferred to UK prison
Justice Minister praises 'brave and selfless work' of gardaí in Memorial Day address
Stalking and non-fatal strangulation to become standalone criminal offences in Ireland
Gardaí link with German authorities to develop specialist war crime questionnaire for Ukrainian refugees
Mother banned from identifying murdered son (11) calls on minister to change law on naming children killed in criminal circumstances
Domestic abuse supports still available during latest sets of Covid restrictions
Analysis: Unrelenting pressure from a unified opposition kept the Woulfe affair firmly in the spotlight
Gardaí don't need extra resources to cope with house parties, says justice minister
Calls for use of 149-year-old 'lunatic' legislation in cases involving Wards of Court to end
Charlie Flanagan apologises to Cahersiveen locals and residents in Direct Provision centre
Up to 2,900 refugees will be given sanctuary in Ireland over the next four years
Supreme Court rejects appeal by man deported for alleged links to Isis
Justice minister takes case against farmer allegedly trespassing on State lands formerly earmarked for 'super prison'
'I was constantly being vilified': Alan Shatter speaks of 'years of upset and difficulty' since resignation
Irish citizens who commit serious offences abroad will be open to prosecution from today
Ministers condemn march by republican group in Dublin as 'sickening' and 'disturbing'
Laws limiting the freedom of Irish visa-holders to travel home abolished
Groups who support victims of crime have been given €1.7m by the Government for 2019
Alleged use of tracking devices on cars of Irish prison officers to be probed by Inspector of Prisons
'I’ve been kidnapped. I’m going to be killed': A phone call no father ever wants to receive
'I'm still angry': Survivors to discuss how Magdalene Laundries should be remembered
Dublin residents terrorised by joyriding and cars set on fire outside their homes
Charlie Flanagan apologises to Taoiseach and Dáil for giving 'inaccurate' information