A forensic scientist has told the murder trial of Graham Dwyer that semen matching that of the accused was found on three parts of Elaine O’Hara’s mattress

Beanbag cover ‘stab or cut’ and blood matching that of Elaine O’Hara

Graham Dwyer (42), an architect from Kerrymount Close in Foxrock, is charged with murdering Elaine O’Hara (36), from Stepaside, Co Dublin, on August 22nd, 2012.

Dwyer spent Wednesdays at Roundwood flying club, Gemma Dwyer tells court

The murder trial of south Dublin architect Graham Dwyer has this morning heard evidence of a diary entry by Elaine O’Hara that said “the urge to cut is very great”.

Detective gives evidence outlining some of Ms O’Hara’s activity on BDSM website

Det Garda Brid Wallace leaving Dublin Central Criminal Court after she gave evidence in the trial of Graham Dwyer. Photograph: Court/Collins

Images of dead bodies found in folder entitled ‘Dead’ on computer

Witness Emer McShea at Dublin Central Criminal Court where she gave evidence at the trial of Graham Dwyer. Photograph: Court Collins.

Books on killing found on Elaine O’Hara’s laptop, court hears

Witness Mandy Wroblewski leaving Dublin Central Criminal Court after giving evidence in the trial of Graham Dwyer. Photograph: Collins Courts

The 083 phone had been purchased under the name ‘Garoon Caisholn’

Architect Graham Dwyer (42) has denied murdering childcare worker Elaine O’Hara (36) on August 22nd, 2012

Court hears that ‘slave’ document and images of ‘mutilated bodies’ discovered

Det Sgt Andrew Browne leaving court after he gave evidence  in the trial of Graham Dwyer who has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Elaine O’Hara in August 2012. Photograph: Courtpix

Phone number attributed to ‘Graham’ and ‘David’ on O’Hara’s computer read to court

The trial of Graham Dwyer is to resume before a jury at the Central Criminal Court on Wednesday.

Legal arguments to take place in absence of jury on both Monday and Tuesday

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