Tony Collier

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An interim order of anonymity was granted after the defence solicitor argued that the publication of his client’s name would, given the charge, cause her difficulties.

A 29-year-old Dublin woman is to face trial accused of having sex with a Rottweiler dog. Interim reporting restrictions preventing the media from ide(...)

The court heard the defendant  had  cooked at various venues including Áras an Uachtaráin. File photograph: Frank Miller

A chef who has cooked at various venues including Áras an Uachtaráin has been spared a conviction for cultivating cannabis. Albert Hayes (54), with a(...)

Criminal Courts of Justice, Dublin. The average fees paid to one of the top 10 earning solicitors’ firms, including VAT, came to €473,417 in 2018. Photograph: Frank Miller

Fees paid under the State’s criminal-legal aid system rose by more than 11.5 per cent last year, with almost €65 million paid out to solicitors and ba(...)

  “The prisoner should be informed that they have the right to contact their solicitor, and should be given an opportunity to do so as soon as practicable,” Deirdre Malone, executive director of the Irish Penal Reform Trust, said. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The family of a prisoner in Mountjoy Prison was refused details about why he had been locked in a “padded cell” due to GDPR constraints, lawyers for t(...)

Ms Arundel is charged with entering the pensioner’s home and stealing a watch, a mobile phone, a bank card, a cash box and €15 in cash on May 1st. Photograph: iStock

A total of €53.68 million was paid in criminal legal aid to lawyers in 2017 – an increase of 9 per cent on the €49 million paid out the previous year.(...)

Photograph: Thinkstock

The chef manager of a nursing home stands to lose the job to which he was appointed six weeks ago because gardaí have failed to complete vetting proce(...)

Accused made no reply when the charges were put to him, the court was told. Photograph: Frank Miller

A man has appeared in court charged with raping, falsely imprisoning and threatening to kill an 18-year-old Spanish student in Dublin at the weekend. (...)

Rita Apine and her partner Renars Veigulis (31) who was charged with her murder on Sunday

The partner of a 29-year-old mother who was fatally injured last Sunday at her home has been remanded in custody after being charged with her murder. (...)

Atis Saaed (28) from Pakistan but with an address at Churchwell Road, Belmayne, Dublin, was arrested during an investigation into a case of money laundering.

A pizza deliveryman has been refused bail after he was charged in connection with an invoice redirect fraud worth €2.8 million. Atis Saaed (28) from(...)