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#Courts

# courts - Today’s News

Cardinal George Pell lodges new appeal against convictions for child sex abuse

Pell is currently serving a six-year sentence for sexually assaulting two choirboys in the 1990s.

# courts - Yesterday’s News

Man (26) to appear before court after drugs, guns and cash seized at apartment in Dublin

Heroin and cannabis worth around €22,000 was seized during a search last week.

# courts - Friday 13 September, 2019

Pet food maker secures permanent injunction against protester blockades

C&D Pet Foods claimed that for several days protestors physically obstructed its plant’s entrance, in support of farmers.

High Court quashes decision to expel teenage boy with autism from secondary school

The teen was alleged to have engaged in “unpredictable, aggressive and violent behaviour in the school”.

Mother to stand trial accused of putting her daughter at risk of sexual abuse by her husband

The woman, 28, allegedly knew the man and her child were engaged in “certain sexual activities”.

# courts - Thursday 12 September, 2019

Hospital seeks to have seriously ill child made ward of court so he can undergo treatment

The court heard the child’s father is opposed to the boy undergoing the severe course of treatment.

Chinese woman found guilty in Florida court of trespassing at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort

Zhang Yujing (33) was arrested on 30 March at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach.

# courts - Wednesday 11 September, 2019

Man accused of racist attack on taxi driver after video went viral to plead guilty

Clive Mason appeared before Judge Bryan Smyth at Dublin District Court today.

Man who took 12,000 photos of female neighbour without consent to be re-sentenced

Mark Mooney pleaded guilty to harassing his neighbour and was originally convicted last year.

# courts - Tuesday 10 September, 2019

Poodle owner cleared of breaking animal welfare laws over locked Tesla during heatwave

The trial heard Ross Hunt’s small toy poodle dog was seen inside the Tesla for about an hour.

Member of British House of Lords loses tenancy battle over Kilkenny mansion

The court had been told that the managers of the trust for two of Magan’s children have decided to sell the mansion.

# courts - Monday 9 September, 2019

Dozens say they are now homeless after court extends orders to vacate 'potential fire traps'

Last week the High Court granted Dublin City Council temporary injunctions requiring the residents to immediately vacate the properties.

# courts - Friday 6 September, 2019

Male model accused of having €1.2 million in alleged crime proceeds

Mark Andrew Adams was arrested in Dublin this morning.

Dawn Meats proceedings seeking to have several protesters imprisoned for alleged injunction breach is struck out

The proceedings could have resulted in the imprisonment of some of those who have been protesting outside the plants.

Man due in court over money laundering charges totalling €1.1m

The man was found with €500,000 in cash at Dublin Airport in 2015.

# courts - Thursday 5 September, 2019

Over 40 residents ordered to immediately vacate Dublin flats over fire safety concerns

If a fire started in any of the three buildings it would “spread very quickly”, the High Court was told.

Judge dismisses case of woman who claims she was coerced into giving her baby up for adoption

The woman, who gave birth when she was 16 years of age, also claimed the AAI had failed to ensure that she was in a position to give informed consent.

# courts - Wednesday 4 September, 2019

Boy (8) who was expelled after assaulting five staff members must be re-enrolled, court hears

The boy struck one of the staff members at the school with a hurl, the court heard.

# courts - Tuesday 3 September, 2019

Dawn Meats granted leave to serve committal to prison notices against 18 protesters

The company said it has photographs of previous notice of court orders being ripped from pole.

Man charged over €1m heroin seizure following joint operation between gardaí and UK police

Seven kilos of heroin were seized in raids in Dublin and Meath.

Man to appear in court after being caught with weapon at Electric Picnic

The man was arrested at a car park at the festival over the weekend.

# courts - Friday 30 August, 2019

Former PM John Major joins legal action against Boris Johnson's prorogation

There are now three legal actions against Johnson’s prorogation: one in London, one in Edinburgh and one in Belfast.

# courts - Thursday 29 August, 2019

Gemma O'Doherty takes legal action against Village Magazine

It’s understood the legal action relates to a recent editorial published in the magazine.

# courts - Tuesday 27 August, 2019

Meat plant owners granted injunctions against protesters outside their factories

Dawn Meats and Anglo Beef Processors took the High Court action today.

Woman avoids being sent back to jail for identifying her son in childcare proceedings on social media

It is a criminal offence to identify anyone who is the subject of childcare proceedings.

# courts - Monday 26 August, 2019

Woman accused of stabbing man to death in the UK appears before High Court in Dublin

British authorities claim Kelly Margaret Gray murdered David Gavin in Rochdale in May.

Taxi driver appears in court charged with raping a woman in his car in Dublin

Granting bail, Judge John O’Leary ordered that the man “refrain from driving a taxi”.

# courts - Sunday 25 August, 2019

Explainer: What happened to the personal injuries register and why has it been shelved?

Legislation was brought in 15 years ago which provided for a personal injuries register but it never happened.

# courts - Friday 23 August, 2019

Jail sentence set aside for man who took 12,000 photos of woman without her consent

Mark Mooney of Wexford Town was convicted last year after he admitted harassing a neighbour.

# courts - Thursday 22 August, 2019

State of Kuwait to appeal Labour Court ruling quashing its immunity from Irish employment law

A ruling last month found that an employee of the State of Kuwait could take a case under Irish law.

# courts - Wednesday 21 August, 2019

Two men charged with IRA membership at Special Criminal Court

They were arrested in connection with the discovery of a car bomb under a police officer’s car in Belfast in June.

Pakistani man granted injunction against deportation order weeks before his wedding

The man did not appear in court as he was signing on at the Garda National Immigration Bureau.

Prominent entertainer accused of sexual assault cannot be named, judge rules

The entertainer was charged with sexual assault at a venue in Dublin in December 2016.

# courts - Tuesday 20 August, 2019

Judge to approve insolvency arrangement in €3.7m debt owed by Frank McNamara and Theresa Lowe

The couple owes money to parties including Bank of Ireland, Banco de Sabadell SA, and Revenue, which are all unsecured debts.

# courts - Monday 19 August, 2019

Building firm caught up in school structural defects controversy wins contract to build new hospital block Wbs

Building firm caught up in school structural defects controversy wins contract to build new hospital block

A total of 42 schools built by WBS were inspected over concerns about structural problems.

Judge warns of 'serious consequences' after woman posts about childcare proceedings on social media

The woman’s lawyer initially told the court that his client was not willing to remove the material.

# courts - Friday 16 August, 2019

High Court hears woman was allegedly raped after being injected with a substance at a flat in Derry

Prosecutors claimed she sustained facial fractures and a suspected bleed to the brain from being beaten at a flat in Derry.

Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood granted short service to seek stay against repossession order

The couple will next Thursday renew their application in front of another judge.

Solicitor tells court Tusla needs to ‘get their act together’ about putting youths in hostels

The teen has been charged in connection with an alleged incident at a Spar shop on Drumcondra Road.

# courts - Thursday 15 August, 2019

Judge rules that Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood's €900k Dublin home may be repossessed

The judge said Pamela Flood’s husband Ronan Ryan attempted to “frustrate and obstruct” the implementation of a court order.

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