Patrick Gageby

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Evidence of pornography on the phones of one of the accused - Boy A - was excluded from the jury.

Gardaí found internet searches for “child porn” and “animal porn” on the phone of one of the two boys convicted of murdering Ana Kriégel. The 14-year(...)

 Anastasia Kriegél:  found dead in a derelict farmhouse outside  Lucan, Co Dublin, on May 14th  last year. Photograph: Family handout

Ana Kriégel’s phone had a function which allowed her parents to see where she was at all times but this was disabled at the time of her alleged murder(...)

 Maha Al Adheem has admitted stabbing her son and told gardai that ‘a power’ had made her go to a drawer and remove a knife.

Neighbours of a doctor who is on trial accused of murdering her three-year-old autistic son have told a jury that she was “beyond” a caring mother and(...)

Brendan Smith was fined €7,500 for price fixing at the Central Criminal Court last year. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Sentencing in a company price-fixing prosecution should be increased in order to safeguard the deterrent value of the law and encourage whistleblowers(...)

Solicitor Aonghus McCarthy is one of the best paid criminal legal aid solicitors in the State, new figures show. Photograph: Collins Courts

The solicitor caught with cocaine in his wallet at Mountjoy prison is one of the best paid criminal legal aid solicitors in the country, new figures s(...)

The Cenral Criminal Court heard  Gerard Boyle had been found lying up against a stop sign, soaked in blood and water. Photograph:Frank Miller

Paramedics categorised as ‘life-threatening’ the injuries to a man found on a Louth roadside, after being stabbed 28 times before being locked into th(...)

Gerard Boyle told the court he managed to escape from the boot of a car and swim to shore.

A 22-year-old Louth man has gone on trial, charged with attempting to murder another man twice, firstly by stabbing him 28 times and later by ordering(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank director Willie McAteer  is already serving a three-and-a-half-year prison term imposed in July 2016 for his part in a  €7.2 billion fraud. The latest sentence will run alongside this. File photograph: Collins Courts

Former Anglo Irish Bank executive Willie McAteer will not serve any extra time in prison for receiving a fraudulent loan in September 2008 in order to(...)

File photograph of Oberstown youth detention centre. PHotograph: Eric Luke

Four young males are suing the State claiming their human rights were breached while detained in Oberstown detention centre in north Dublin. Patrick (...)

Former solicitor Jacqueline Durcan pleaded guilty to one count of stealing €260,000 between February 21st, 2008 and January 27th, 2011. Photograph: Collins Courts

The case of a former solicitor who stole €260,000 from her clients is to be re-heard after the sentencing judge realised that a member of her wider fa(...)

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