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# Contempt of Court

This year
Northern Ireland AG warns of need for caution when commenting on criminal proceedings online
Last year
Enoch Burke refused injunction after he tells judge he won't stay away from school
All time
Former South African leader Jacob Zuma turns himself in for prison term
Australian media fined for breaching Cardinal George Pell trial gag order
Key witness who failed to appear during the Aaron Brady murder trial is arrested
Meat plants 'will seek to jail protesters' as farmers denounce 'heavy-handed legal tactics'
Irish Daily Mail fined €25,000 over front page headline published during Ana Kriegel trial
Far-right activist Tommy Robinson found guilty over Facebook broadcast
Judge to decide on editor's role in Ana Kriegel story which led to newspaper being barred from court
Facebook and Twitter representatives to appear before court after Ana Kriegel murderers identified online
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, aka Tommy Robinson, back in court over contempt charges
Anti-eviction campaigner given one month suspended sentence over social media video
Couple released from Garda custody after apologising for refusing to leave their Dublin home
'We need to protect jurors from attempts to influence them through social media'
Josepha Madigan
“This makes us homeless" - Tough choices lie ahead for squatters in abandoned Dublin prison
Explainer: What happens when a witness walks out of court?
Be careful what you tweet: British social media users face fines
Contempt action to be taken over photos of 'James Bulger's killers'
Commercial Court to allow cross examination of Quinn family
Seán Quinn goes to jail for nine weeks
Seán Quinn Jr to serve sentence in semi open, low security prison
Quinns may face jail over alleged contempt of court
Pakistani Prime Minister faces contempt of court charge
Priory Hall developer granted stay on three-month sentence
Inquiry into Teresa Treacy Mountjoy interview
Daily Mail and the Sun fined £15,000 each for contempt of court
"Trial by X Factor": increasing evidence of jurors using Facebook to discuss active court cases