Susan Gray

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Noel Clancy, of Kilworth, Co Cork, whose wife Geraldine and daughter Louise were killed in a crash in November 2015, said he could not believe it when he received a bill of €1,940 for copies of Garda documents following his loved-ones’ inquest. File photograph: Cork Courts Limited

A man whose wife and daughter were killed in a road traffic collision has called for fees charged to bereaved families for Garda documents since Janua(...)

Offaly had the highest level of convictions as a percentage of people listed to appear in court, almost 60 per cent. Photograph: iStockphoto

Co Wexford had the best record overall in its dealing with offences involving holding a mobile phone while driving, new data shows. It was in the to(...)

The data, supplied to Independents4Change TD Tommy Broughan by Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald,  shows    9,300 cases of drink driving  were completed by district courts across the State, with  5,400  convictions overall. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Only 20 per cent of drink-driving convictions resulted in licences being recorded in District Courts in 2015 and 2016, new figures show. It is essent(...)

Eamon Lynch leaving court after being given an 18-month sentence for causing death by dangerous driving. Photograph: North West Newspix

The heartbroken mother of a teenage Donegal boy killed in a high-speed crash by a man with almost 500 convictions has said that she will never be able(...)

Susan Gleeson of Kilworth, Co Cork, on arrival to Cork Circuit Court where she received a suspended sentence for causing the death of Cork mother, Geraldine Clancy (58), and her daughter, Louise Ann (22), on December 22nd, 2015. Photograph: Cork Courts Limited

The Government needs to introduce new legislation to make car owners equally culpable if a family member on a learner permit drives the vehicle unacco(...)

Bereaved families of road crash victims will no longer have to pay for accident reports from the start of next year, gardaí have announced. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Bereaved families of road crash victims will no longer have to pay for accident reports from the start of next year, gardaí have announced. Following(...)

The number of gardaí in the Traffic Corps in Donegal has fallen 50 per cent since 2008. Photograph: The Irish Times

Here in Donegal we have a great reputation for the beauty of the landscape. But we now have an even greater reputation for the dreadful madness and (...)

Breath test legislation: About 1,400 alleged drink-driving prosecutions have been adjourned due to confusion over breathalyser statements. Photograph: Getty

Road safety groups have welcomed the Court of Appeal decision on bilingual breathalyser test statements but legislators have been urged to act fast t(...)

The Road Traffic Act 2010 prohibits the application of the poor box to offences that attract penalty points, including speeding, from June 1st, 2011. Photograph: The Irish Times

Nearly 2,000 drivers were allowed to avoid convictions for speeding offences by making contributions to court poor boxes over a 27-month period, despi(...)

More than 250 witness statements were collected by gardaí in advance of the criminal trial of Shaun Kelly.  Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire.

The families of eight people who died in a car crash in Co Donegal, could face costs of more than €10,000 each for copies of Garda documents already p(...)

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