Eve Doherty was found guilty by a jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court of harassing State solicitor Elizabeth Howlin between September 2011 and March 2013.

A detective found guilty of harassing a State solicitor by sending abusive letters and emails is seeking to have her conviction overturned on grounds (...)

Eve Doherty, a Dublin based garda detective, has been found guilty to the harassment of Elizabeth Howlin. Photograph: Collins

A detective found guilty of harassing a State solicitor by sending her abusive letters has been jailed for three years. Judge Melanie Greally said wh(...)

Garda Eve Doherty who has been found guilty of harassing solicitor Elizabeth Howlin. Photograph: Collins

A garda detective who was found guilty of harassing a State solicitor by sending her abusive letters and emails is to be placed in custody next week a(...)

Eve Doherty (49), a Dublin based garda, leaves the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court on Friday where she has  pleaded not guilty to the harassment of Elizabeth Howlin, who worked in the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

Lawyers for a detective accused of harassing a solicitor by sending letters and emails have told a jury that the bulk of what was sent amounted to “fr(...)

Eve Doherty, a Dublin-based garda, arrives at the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins Courts

The trial of a garda for allegedly harassing a State solicitor has heard that none of the fingerprints found on abusive material matched those of the (...)

Garda Eve Doherty at the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins

A garda accused of harassing a State solicitor could not be linked by any computer used by her to a photograph of the solicitor used on abusive poster(...)

Eve Doherty at the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins

The neighbours of a woman allegedly harassed by a garda have told a jury about posters found around their estate accusing her of corruption and brandi(...)

Eve Doherty (49), a Dublin based garda, arriving at   Dublin Circuit Criminal Court where she pleaded not  guilty to the harassment of Elizabeth Howlin. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A garda has gone on trial accused of harrassing a State solicitor by describing her as politically corrupt in a series of “hideous” and “vitriolic” le(...)

Recent figures from the DPP, released under the Freedom of Information Act, show barristers in private practice were paid €14m by the State last year to prosecute cases, an increase of 4.6%. Photograph: The Irish Times

Barristers prosecuting criminal cases on behalf of the State have demanded a fees increase from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), saying the (...)