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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Jury

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Jury recommends two-and-a-half year sentence for police officer who killed unarmed black man
The ex-officer, Stephen Rankin, shot 18-year-old William Chapman in the face and chest outside a Wal-Mart store last year.
Man who killed parents with an axe committed to Central Mental Hospital
His siblings urged families with similar concerns about the mental health of a family member to seek timely intervention.
Lookout man found guilty of manslaughter over killing of dad-of-eight
Ross Allen, of Carrickmines, was found not guilty of murder.
Former police garage attendant convicted of murdering nine women and a teenage girl
The court heard that Franklin stalked the streets of South Los Angeles at a time when an epidemic of crack cocaine plagued the neighborhood.
The 14 questions the Hillsborough inquests jury had to answer
And the reasons for their decisions.
Man acquitted of raping woman in the back office of Limerick pub
The jury returned the verdict following 36 minutes of deliberation on day-five of the trial.
Mother stabbed to death by son "was prepared to sacrifice her own happiness"
Paul Henry pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to his mother’s killing.
Court hears details of how Adam Johnson met with underage girl for 'thank you kiss and more'
The jury watched a video recording of the girl’s police interview during the ex-Premier League footballer’s trial today.
We seem to have forgotten the Special Criminal Court is supposed to be exceptional
While Sinn Féin’s manifesto pledge was always going to attract close scrutiny, the shootings in the past week have thrust its existence to the top of the news-cycle, writes Dr Alan Greene.
Man (74) jailed for indecently assaulting boy he paid for sexual acts
Thomas Mooney pleaded not guilty but was found guilty by a jury following an eight-day trial.
David Moyes is getting plenty of grief for his controversial Mesut Özil remarks
The former Man United boss is a guest pundit on Sky today.
'He killed my son on a public footpath with two knives - it shouldn't have been manslaughter'
The mother of Sean Nolan has spoken of her anger at the sentencing of her son’s killer.
Ex-Anglo officials hid accounts from taxman, jury told
Closing speeches are taking place in the trial of three former Anglo officials.
"I'm not mother of the year," says mum found guilty of killing son
Donna Scrivo claimed that a masked man killed her son.
Nun portrayed in Dead Man Walking movie says Boston bomber is remorseful
A jury will decide if he should be sentenced to death or life without parole.
US politician found not guilty of sexually abusing his wife, an Alzheimer's patient
Henry Rayhons said the couple held hands, prayed and kissed, but had no sexual contact.
Jury offered professional support after distressing and disturbing Graham Dwyer trial
The seven men and five women heard 45 days of disturbing and gruesome evidence.
Jury finds Robin Thicke and Pharrell ripped off Marvin Gaye to create 'Blurred Lines'
The Gayes’ lawyer branded Williams and Thicke liars who copied Gaye’s hit ‘Got to Give It Up’ outright.
Jury told Graham Dwyer sent 53 text messages to Elaine O'Hara in one day
The court also heard from the deceased’s friend who recalled a miscarriage.
Graham Dwyer drew map for gardaí to find two knives in his office, court hears
The trial of the man accused of killing Elaine O’Hara also heard from a tattoo artist about an email relating to a tattoo in a “private area”.
Alleged text: 'You should help me inflict pain on you and help me with my fantasy. Blood turns me on.'
Graham Dwyer has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Elaine O’Hara.
Jury selection in the Boston bombings trial isn't going to be an easy task
Hundreds have been summoned for jury selection.
Anglo jury to begin deliberations for a fourth day
In total, the jury have been deliberating for eleven hours.
Clifford trial: Jury begins considering 11 indecent assault charges
The judge said exchanges over the length of Clifford’s penis had caused “hilarity” during the six-week trial.
Killing that sparked London riots was lawful says UK jury
Mark Duggan did not have a gun in his hand at the time he was shot by police in August 2011.
National Gallery 'disappointed' jury failed to reach a verdict in damaged Monet painting case
A Dublin man is accused of causing of causing €7 million worth of damage to a Monet oil painting in the National Gallery of Ireland.
Michael Jackson's family loses wrongful death case against tour promoter
The lawsuit was dismissed by a 12-person jury today.
Poll: Should the Special Criminal Court be abolished?
The court has been criticised by the United Nation’s Commission on Human Rights – but its purpose is to ensure juries are not intimidated.
French and American scientists win Nobel Physics Prize
“I was walking with my wife [and] when I saw the Swedish area code, I realised,” said one of this year’s winners.
"The truth has triumphed" - accused respond to Michaela verdict
“I suffered a lot. I was brutalised by police. I was beaten so much,” Avinash Treebhoowon said outside the courtroom.
Michaela murder trial: judge and jury to visit honeymoon hotel
The court will visit the former Legends hotel this morning following a request from the defence team.
Jury to begin deliberations in John Edwards case
The former US presidential candidate is on trial for six corruption charges related to his White House run in 2008.
5 ex-police officers sentenced for killing civilians after Hurricane Katrina
The former New Orleans police officers were given prison terms ranging from 6 to 65 years for shooting dead unarmed residents on a bridge after Katrina.
Column: Technology in the courtroom? Take care where you click
Solicitor and NUIG lecturer Paul Lambert has been researching the role the internet and broadcast media might have in Irish courts in the future – and why caution is needed.
Conrad Murray stays away from witness stand as trial testimony ends
The fate of Michael Jackson’s doctor will soon be in the hands of the jury as the trial testimony ends.