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# Prosecutions

Last year
'Hundreds of drug driving prosecutions' in limbo as gardaí await critical High Court case
All time
Opinion: It was wrong to prosecute a 68-year-old Dublin woman for growing cannabis
Dr Cian Ó Concubhair & Dr Ian D. Marder
'After 47 years, this is a moment': Anxious wait for families before Bloody Sunday announcement
Apologising for criminalisation of homosexuality Varadkar says 'people allowed the law to do its bashing for them'
Eleven 'charity shops' that weren't charities have been caught breaking the rules
Judge dismisses Go Safe speeding cases, calling them a 'charade' and 'embarrassing'
Poll: Should people who refuse to co-operate with the Census be prosecuted?
Just 8 convictions came from 325 allegations of abuse against priests and brothers
Litterbugs are REALLY bad at paying fines
Did you pay your TV licence last year? A lot of people in Kerry didn't
At least eight people prosecuted for animal abuse so far under new cruelty law
Ten mother and baby homes carried out vaccine trials on almost 300 children - report
Eight businesses convicted after staff smoked on premises illegally
"They don't know what daylight is": Rescuing hens to give them a new life
Just one prosecution being sought over horsemeat scandal
Two Chinese restaurants among 12 enforcement orders served last month
New report on human trafficking highlights low number of prosecutions
Figures show scale of non-compliance with food labelling and traceability
Shatter admits frustration, but says Anglo probe can't be rushed
DPP prosecuted in more than 60 per cent of cases last year
White collar criminals will not be "protected species"