Dzhokhar Tsarnaev:  counterterrorism expert testified at his trial that he was heavily influenced by al-Qaeda literature and lectures, some of which were found on his laptop. Photograph: Reuters

(...) could face the death penalty if he is convicted by the US District Court jury in Boston.The jury saw a(...)

Daniel Johnson pleaded guilty at the February sitting of Cahersiveen District Court to two counts – of unlawfully cultivating cannabis and unlawfully possessing cannabis on September 18th, 2013.

Cahersiveen District Court to two counts – of unlawfully cultivating cannabis and unlawfully possessing(...)

An Irish Water protester charged with obstructing the company from exercising its powers has had his case struck out.  File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

(...) the activist’s case should be dealt with at District Court level or go forward for trial on indictment(...)

Kenneth Colwell (23),  Forthriver Link, Belfast, was arrested after allegedly stepping out onto North Street in Belfast brandishing some form of fake gun.  File photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

(...) custody, a court heard on Wednesday. Kenneth Colwell sustained a broken ankle in the incident involving a(...)

A detective garda is seeking a High Court ruling on the validity of Ireland’s data retention laws. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...)-jury trial was due to get under-way at Dublin District Court on Wednesday and was expected to last three days(...)

File photograph of Muhammad Hassan Khan who was found dead in an apartment.

(...) by Det Sergeant Joe O’Hara when she appeared at Dublin District Court.Judge Michael Walsh was told(...)

Patsy McGowan, a former FAI cup-winning manager with Finn Harps, assaulted fellow board member Shane McConnell after a row over internet rumours.

(...) of attacking Mr McConnell at the District Court and ordered to pay him €1,750.James O’Donnell, for(...)

Dubliner Brendan Mahoney was extradited from Spain after he was remanded in custody pending his trial. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

(...) alleged offence at Kilrush District Court in July 2012.Previously, the court has been told that the trial(...)

(...) the spring of 1889, just months after five women were murdered in the Whitechapel district of London(...)

So dependent was the German parent on its Irish subsidiary that, when the bubble burst, Ormond Quay dragged the German lender to the brink

(...) district court, should cast a light on the world of Irish light-touch banking regulation.It may also settle(...)