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Jailed former Anglo chief executive David Drumm: brief fees in his trial were the highest paid by the DPP for any trial in 2018. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The legal team that made the case that led to the jailing of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm was paid a total of €1.123 million. (...)

During three separate raids on Matthew Horan’s  home, gardaí found thousands of child pornography images on computers and phones.

A Dublin man who pleaded guilty to 11 sample charges of possessing and sharing child pornography is to be sentenced on Friday. Matthew Horan (26) fro(...)

 Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm pictured leaving court   with his solicitor Michael Staines. Photograph: Collins Courts

The former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, has pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy to defraud and false accounting in a tria(...)

 Gerard Lawlor (67) of Balrothery, Tallaght, has  received a suspended sentence of three years for stealing social welfare payments from the Department of Social Protection between 2005 and 2015. File photograph: Collins Courts

A man who claimed more than €167,000 in fraudulent social welfare payments has avoided a jail term to allow him to continue to assist in caring for hi(...)

Willie McAteer: The former director of finance at Anglo Irish Bank has instructed his barrister to drop an appeal against his conviction. Photograph: Reuters

Willie McAteer, the former finance director of Anglo Irish Bank, has abandoned an appeal against his conviction and sentence for a €7 billion scheme t(...)

Marie McMahon has pleaded guilty to 13 charges of stealing various amounts of social welfare payments from James’s Street Post Office between 2002 and 2014. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A Dublin pensioner who stole over €100,000 by using her sister’s social welfare card to fraudulently claim benefits has avoided jail on condition she(...)

Former businessman Breifne O’Brien, who was jailed for inducing others to advance millions of euro to him for investment in bogus property deals, is seeking to pursue an appeal to the Supreme Court.

Former businessman Breifne O’Brien, who was jailed for inducing others to advance millions of euro to him for investment in bogus property deals, is s(...)

Alice Warnock (54) told gardaí she was sorry and “felt like a fool” after the fraud was uncovered while she was on sick leave in 2012. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A former Bank of Ireland worker who took €144,089 from the bank to put in her own accounts and those of family members will be sentenced in October. (...)

 Marie McMahon (68) of Aideen Avenue, Terenure, Dublin leaving  Dublin Circuit Criminal Court after  she pleaded guilty to 13 charges of stealing various amounts of social welfare payments from James’ Street Post Office between 2002 - 2014. Photograph: Collins Courts

A pensioner who stole more than €100,000 by using her sister’s social welfare card to fraudulently collect her benefits for 12 years has been remanded(...)

 Former financial director of the Quinn Group Dara O’Reilly arrives at  court. Photograph: Collins

Witnesses Dara O’Reilly, former financial director of the Quinn Group. Colin Morgan, former ch(...)

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