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# false imprisonment

This year
Man charged over false imprisonment of woman following garda alert for van
Gardaí are continuing to question man at the centre of country-wide van alert
Last year
Man arrested after allegedly assaulting and falsely imprisoning taxi driver in Dublin
Cork man who bound and gagged young woman in Dublin alleyway sentenced to 10 years in prison
All time
Gardaí appear in court charged with false imprisonment of youth at Dublin garda station
Judge upholds ban on naming public servant on trial for false imprisonment and sexual assault
Trial of Jim Mansfield Jnr resumes at Special Criminal Court after seven month adjournment
Man (30s) arrested over alleged assault and false imprisonment in Co Louth
Man (50s) arrested over alleged assault and false imprisonment in Co Louth
Man who attacked, tied up and robbed escort in Dublin hotel room jailed for four years
Third man appears before Special Criminal Court charged with attacking and falsely imprisoning man in Louth farmhouse
Two arrested after mini bus with passengers stolen from Dublin Airport and later crashed into PSNI vehicle
Three people arrested after video of alleged assault in Cavan shared on social media
Jim Mansfield Jnr charged with conspiracy to commit false imprisonment
Man who broke into a terminally ill woman's home and repeatedly beat her son to be sentenced for false imprisonment
Video analyst says he can't rule out that CCTV was paused on day of €2.28m robbery, court hears
Man found guilty of sexually assaulting and falsely imprisoning women
Man jailed for two years for falsely imprisoning teenagers and threatening to pour 'acid' into their eyes
Irish Rail appeals after passenger granted €16k in damages for false imprisonment
Irish Rail ordered to pay €16,000 for false imprisonment of passenger
Jobstown teen cleared of false imprisonment of Joan Burton on appeal
'People have risen and won't be put back in their box': Jobstown supporters hail a political victory
Jobstown protest: TD Paul Murphy and 5 others found not guilty
A 'peaceful protester' could be facing a life sentence if found guilty, Jobstown trial hears
Four directors prosecuted for 'culture of abuse' at UK care centres
Garda witness called 'woman beater' and 'uniformed scumbag' during protest, court told
Superintendent denies being 'part of conspiracy to pervert course of justice', trial hears
Jury told Jobstown protesters shouted at Paul Murphy to 'mind his own business'
Jobstown defendant said Joan Burton could 'take sanctuary in church'
'Will we let her go or hold onto her for the night?': Jobstown trial hears evidence from gardaí
Joan Burton told being called a c**t at a protest should be 'water off a duck's back', court hears
Paul Murphy 'plainly involved' in restricting Joan Burton's liberty, trial told
Jury selected for trial of men accused of falsely imprisoning Joan Burton
Two men due in court over robbery and false imprisonment in Finglas
Man held in van after being robbed while walking home from work in Dublin
Paul Murphy promises he won't talk about his upcoming trial at Jobstown protest rallies
Ex-Sinn Féin councillor pleads guilty to false imprisonment and threatening to kill a man
Girl feared she'd be raped after two 17-year-olds bundled her into car
Schoolgirl who was forced into car 'thought she was going to be raped'
Five people are up in court in Meath today in a suspected case of slavery