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Michael Toner, from MacSwiney Quay, Bandon, Co Cork, denied the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl at Penney’s in Cork city centre on July 3rd, 2018.

A judge has ordered a probation report in an attempt to understand what prompted a 51-year-old man with no previous history of sexual misconduct to se(...)

Judge Ó Donnabháin ordered both a medical report on Pavelaka Galba and a victim impact statement from Miroslav  Kozel’s family

A 63-year-old man has been remanded in custody for sentencing after he admitted careless driving causing the death of his friend who was a front seat (...)

Joshua Allen, son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen. File photograph: Cork Courts Limited

The teenage son of celebrity chef, Rachel Allen has been remanded for sentence after he affirmed guilty pleas in relation to a number of drug offences(...)

A woman has denied stealing almost €12,000 from an 85-year-old widow she got to know when she visited her isolated home as part of her work as a publi(...)

Garda Paul Mulcair at Cork Court . Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Cork Courts

A garda charged with deception has walked free from court after a judge directed a jury to find him not guilty when the prosecution was unable to call(...)

Jane Anne Rothwell

Judges, barristers, solicitors and court services staff turned out in force in Cork yesterday to pay warm and fond tributes to their colleague, barris(...)

Judge David Riordan has stepped down after a 22-year career on the bench

A Circuit Court judge has criticised some sections of the media for attacking sentences imposed by the courts rather than addressing the more complex (...)

The death of an elderly man in Cork has highlighted the need for carbon monoxide alarms, a coroner has said. Photograph: iStockPhoto/Getty

The death of a pensioner from smoke inhalation following a fire at his home in Cork city has highlighted the need for people to have carbon monoxide a(...)

A retired priest (83) has been found not guilty on two counts of indecently assaulting a teenage boy in a Cork school during the 1970s.

A retired priest (83) has been found not guilty on two counts of indecently assaulting a teenage boy in a Cork school during the 1970s. The jury mad(...)

Mr Justice Paul Carney: he was praised  for his willingness to embrace technology and it was  recalled how he had once used a video link to charge a jury in a case from his hospital bed. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Tributes have been paid to Mr Justice Paul Carney by the members of the legal profession in Cork ahead of his retirement next month after over 20 yea(...)

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