Scottish soccer players Liam Gallaghan, (Left) and Craig Johnston(right), of Moss Green Street, were remanded on bail on Friday  at Dublin District Court. Photograph: Collins Courts

Two Scottish league footballers have appeared in court accused of an assault in Dublin city-centre. Midfielder Liam Callaghan, 25, and forward Craig (...)

A social welfare investigation was carried out after information was received that Anthony Lennon had undeclared funds which made him ineligible for the allowance, the court heard.

A construction worker has been found guilty of concealing €135,000 in savings from social welfare inspectors when he applied for jobseeker’s allowance(...)

Father-of-six, Philip Ogbewe allegedly used a surgical blade on the infant who was hospitalised for two weeks.

A 54-year-old man is to stand trial after a 10-month-old baby boy was left lucky to be alive from a “crude circumcision” carried out in the midlands t(...)

 Haastrup Oluwaseun, 33, with an address at Wellview Park, Mulhuddart, Dublin,  was charged with two offences under  the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Act 2010. Photograph: Collins Courts

A 33-year-old man is facing trial on money-laundering charges for having just over €1.1 million in crime proceeds. The alleged laundered funds were i(...)

Aonghus McCarthy pleaded guilty to unlawful  possession of cocaine worth €26. File photograph: Collins

A solicitor caught with cocaine in his wallet during a professional visit to Mountjoy Prison has been granted a strike out after he donated €1,250 to (...)

Boniface Nshekoh  had been entitled to Jobseekers Allowance, was not working and should not be punished for ‘trying to make something of himself’, his counsel told the Dublin District Court before he was acquitted of unlawfully obtaining social welfare payments. Photograph: Collins Courts

A 44-year-old man has been cleared of unlawfully obtaining €29,000 in social welfare payments while he “tried to make something of himself” and helped(...)

David Drumm: Accused of forgery, conspiracy and false accounting for loans in 2008 designed to buttress Anglo’s plunging share price

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm is due to appear before Dublin District Court today, having abandoned a four-month battle against (...)

Independent TD Joan Collins outside Dublin District Court yesterday after charges over a water protest against her and eight others were dismissed. photograph: collins

Cases have been dismissed against outgoing Independent TD Joan Collins and eight others, who were charged with failing to comply with a garda’s direc(...)

Independent TD Joan Collins arriving at Dublin District Court. She and her co-defendants are accused of failing to comply with a garda’s direction to leave the vicinity at Parnell Road, Harold’s Cross last April. Photograph: Collins Courts

Film footage, showing outgoing Independent TD Joan Collins being removed by gardaí during an anti-water meter protest, was shown at Dublin District Co(...)

Under new legislation, drivers can be prosecuted for not producing their driving licences in court. Photograph: David Sleator

In the first prosecutions of their kind in Ireland, 21 motorists were brought before Dublin District Court on Monday for allegedly failing to produce (...)