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State Pathologist Dr Linda Mulligan  arrives to give evidence at Cork Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph:  Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

A Corkman died as a result of two chop wounds to the head and a series of stab wounds to the body and would have died within an hour of receiving them(...)

Donal O’Callaghan (58) of Churchfield Green, Churchfield in Cork had previously pleaded guilty at Cork Circuit Criminal Court to 73 charges of theft and forgery in relation to claiming payments in the name of his deceased parents, Donald and Eileen between 1987 and 2019.

A man gambled away €500,000 that he stole from the Department of Social Protection by falsely claiming pension payments for both his parents for over (...)

Tralee courthouse. It does not have enough court rooms, the jury rooms are cramped, and there is little space to hold prisoners. Photograph: Kerry’s Eye

“The Liberator” Daniel O’Connell’s portrait hangs in the atrium of the 19th century courthouse in Tralee, a man who displayed a legendary talent for (...)

Damien Singleton (31) of no fixed abode, had pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to the manslaughter of Peter Donnelly (39), who was originally from Kilkenny, on O’Connell Street on June 11, 2019

A homeless man who stabbed his friend to death on Dublin’s O’Connell Street will be sentenced to life in prison after he was found guilty of murder by(...)

Judge Elma Sheahan directed the jury to return the not guilty verdict.

A man has been acquitted of sexual assaulting a shop worker after his lawyers successfully argued that missing CCTV footage could have helped his defe(...)

Judge Martin Nolan said the court has been dealing with a lot of similar cases of young people with no prior criminal records getting involved in money laundering. Photograph: iStock

An apprentice electrician who money laundered more than €50,000 after answering an ad on Snapchat has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of community(...)

Earlier this year, the woman  applied for compensation under the scheme of Compensation for Personal Injuries Criminally Inflicted. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A young woman who was sexually and physically assaulted when she was a child has brought a High Court challenge over her exclusion from a State scheme(...)

An apprentice film studio electrician will go on trial on Wednesday, accused of trying to murder another man close to Finglas Garda station nearly thr(...)

One woman, who had €3,000 stolen from her, said she lost her job due to Covid and her mother had to take out a loan to cover it. Photograph: iStock

A man who stole €12,000 though a rental scam has been remanded on bail pending sentence next February. Anthony Byrne (40) had access to a property t(...)

Cloverhill’s governor, Anthony Harris, told the court that the situation at the prison was  “fraught with difficulty” and all staff and prisoners are to undergo a second round of testing on Sunday and Monday.

The forthcoming trial of a remand prisoner has been delayed after it emerged that the accused would have to appear before the court in full personal p(...)

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