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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Criminal Court

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Cameron Blair's family call for end to knife crime as teen detained for threatening partygoers
The murdered 20-year-old’s family said knife crime “has to stop” after another teen was sentenced today.
Married man found guilty of murdering former partner in front of their daughter
The woman was stabbed 19 times by her former partner after their daughter was placed in her custody.
Man who stabbed fisherman found guilty of manslaughter
The man had walked into a garda station in blood-stained clothes with a knife on the night of the incident.
France's Haouas to be questioned about alleged robbery before next year's Six Nations
The incident took place at a tobacconist in 2014.
Deirdre Morley sent forward for trial accused of murdering her three children
She has not yet indicated how she will plead.
Man who 'destroyed' single mother's home on Christmas Day jailed for three-and-a-half years
The man ripped furniture, placed devices in a sink filled with water and urinated throughout the home, the court heard.
Man jailed for 10 years for infecting two former partners with HIV
The victims told the court that the man would tell people to stay away from them because they had the virus.
Man charged with murder of 25-year-old father in north Dublin
Vincent Ryan was shot dead while sitting in his car in November 2016.
Two homeless men dressed as workmen snuck into Dublin offices to steal cash and phones
The men were jailed for between 18 months and three years.
Teenager who raped 15-year-old girl at house party jailed for three years
The court heard that several people at the party banged on the door and ordered the defendant to stop “what he was doing”.
Poll: Do you think Ireland's criminal legal aid system is being abused?
Fine Gael Senator John O’Mahony argued this morning that the system in place in Ireland is in need of an overhaul.
Ireland football star Jeff Hendrick told alleged victim 'I'll kill you' outside nightclub, court hears
Hendrick denies a charge of violent disorder.
'What am I convicted for?': Chaotic scenes in court as man found guilty of murdering ex-partner
Vesel Jahiri was brought into court accompanied by prison officers in full riot gear.
Jury told to forget that murder-accused punched barrister in face in front of them
Vesel Jahiri punched prosecuting barrister Patrick Marrinan SC in the face last Friday as the trial was reaching its closing stages.
Brothers acquitted of assaulting elderly woman who believed they were involved in her son's killing
Paul and Stephen Smith had claimed that their brother Andrew was solely responsible for the assault.
'Pillar of local community' jailed for sexually abusing two boys
The offences took place 25 years ago.
Man accused of raping wife denies calling Garda 'you f***er' at trial
The 42-year-old accused had earlier pleaded guilty to hitting his wife with a hammer in 2014.
Couple sentenced over "shocking" death by neglect of Wexford woman have convictions quashed
Evelyn Joel’s daughter and her partner were charged with manslaughter and convicted of unlawful killing by neglect.
Four men charged over car boot incident told to stay away from Stoneybatter
The incident occurred yesterday on Harold Road in Dublin 7.
Adam Clayton's jailed former PA loses appeal against conviction
Carol Hawkins has served over two years of a seven year sentence.
Child abuse support group oppose any sentence reduction for Athlone child rapist
The man was convicted of raping two young girls who were attending a birthday party last September.
Five due in court over dissident republican activity
The five men were arrested earlier this week and follow-up searches resulted in the seizure of several firearms and various bomb parts.
Former Anglo boss Seán FitzPatrick due in court this morning
The former chief executive and chairman of the defunct Anglo Irish Bank is due in court alongside two other former directors at the bank this morning.
Alan Shatter: I spoke to the Attorney General about impeaching Heather Perrin
Former District Court judge Heather Perrin was sentenced to two and a half years in jail today after being found guilty of deception. She has resigned – but the Justice Minister had planned to impeach her if she hadn’t.
Man due in court over bungled post office robbery
A man will appear in court today charged in connection with the robbery of a Rathmines post office during the lunch-hour rush yesterday – after which he tried to escape in a taxi.