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# Courts

This week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
Man who sexually assaulted younger cousin over four years is jailed for 5.5 years
Man charged with murder of Tristan Sherry in Dublin restaurant on Christmas Eve
How Eamon Butterly tried and failed to remove 'unlawful killing' as a verdict at Stardust inquests
Man found guilty of dangerous driving causing death of GAA commentator Paudie Palmer
Jury in trial of man accused of murder come back to judge with questions
High Court approves order for CAB to confiscate three homes from major Dublin drug dealer
Alleged brothel keeper faces 109 charges, awaits evidence
Man who subjected ex-partner to brutal assault after drinking for five days avoids jail
Hugh Grant settles claim against owners of The Sun newspaper due to risk of large legal costs
Murder accused used phrase 'Conor McGregor knockout' to describe 'flooring' victim, court hears
Man charged over Paudie Palmer death admitted to mother in text he left scene of crash, court hears
Broadcaster Paul Byrne sues Virgin Media over disciplinary process and suspension from work
DPP investigating whether assets linked to jailed former solicitor are benefits of crime
Man (77) who sexually abused teenage daughter jailed for two-and-a-half years
Man subjected daughter to repeated sexual abuse from age three for 12 years, court years
Man faces new charge in connection with biggest drug seizure in history of State
Simeon Burke has conviction for 'volatile' breach of peace struck out
Woman's 'monster' uncle sexually assaulted her and locked her in room for week, court hears
Judge brands 'disgraceful' practices at Eir over handling of customer complaints
Longest serving probation officer: 'Nail 'em, jail 'em policies will not solve repeat offending'
Gerry McNally has spent 45 years at the coal face of the Irish Probation Service starting back in 1978.
Last week
7th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
Man who raped younger sister and brother taken into custody after sitting near sibling on train
The Explainer: The State inquiry into the Bill Kenneally case - what have we learned so far?
Kerry man described as 'logistics figure' in crystal meth haul case refused bail over flight risk
Man (22) avoids prison term for role in €16,000 text message 'smishing' scam
Garda Ombudsman given audio recording of 'melee' that broke out at Enoch Burke court hearing
Man who filmed himself sexually abusing baby boy is jailed for four years
Woman's driving ban for causing death of motorcyclist halved by Court of Appeal
Green light given for development of long-awaited Dublin Family Courts complex
Man who sexually assaulted 16-year-old girl on Ryanair flight handed suspended sentence
Three men charged after seizure of €700,000 worth of cannabis in Co Roscommon
Garda killer Aaron Brady pleads guilty to perverting course of justice during 2020 murder trial
Man allegedly sent texts admitting he left scene of crash which killed Paudie Palmer, court hears
Pregnant British woman jailed for transporting €450,000 of cannabis into Ireland
'Sex addict' nurse given suspended sentence for groping female colleague
After eight years, Scouting Ireland accepts liability after girl was swept out to sea and died
Man charged with murder of father-of-two in Limerick City last year
Munster abuse case: Children's uncles bid to overturn convictions based on letter sent to judge
Irish Freedom Party candidate charged with public order offences and possession of a knife
Man from Eritrea who landed at Dublin Airport without passport or ID is jailed for two months
Supreme Court rules new guidelines that cut awards in personal injury claims are legally binding
The ruling was made after the court rejected an appeal by a woman to have her award reassessed.