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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(...)

 Hazel Fitzpatrick posted a screenshot of a photo that identified Boy A. Photograph: Collins Courts

A judge has said that a mother-of-two who identified one of the boys convicted of murdering Ana Kriégel on her Facebook page showed “utter contempt” f(...)

The ‘majority’ of Cloverhill Prison has closed down to contain the spread of Covid, a court heard on Wednesday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Irish Prison Service (IPS) has recorded the first death of an inmate due to Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic. It comes as the IPS battles(...)

Douglas Glynn (37) of Fitzgibbon Court, Dublin 1, wpleaded guilty to participating in activities of a criminal organisation, contrary to Section 72 (1) (A) of the Criminal Justice Act.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A man has changed his plea to guilty just over a week after he went on trial accused of being involved in a Kinahan cartel plot to murder rival Hutch (...)

Patrick Quirke, of Breanshamore, Co Tipperary, appealed his 2019 conviction of the murder of father of two Bobby Ryan (52). Photograph: Collins Courts

Tipperary farmer Patrick Quirke has had an appeal against his conviction for the murder of a local DJ dismissed. Quirke (51), from Breanshamore, was (...)

The accused  pleaded guilty on June 8th this year to the offence which followed the death of Cornwall native Jonathan Ustic (51) at a house in High Street in Skibbereen in 2017. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A 34-year-old man has been remanded on bail for sentencing after he pleaded guilty to impeding the apprehension or prosecution of another person for t(...)

The use of mobile phone data has been a major factor in several high-profile criminal trials in recent years, and gardaí consider it a valuable tool in investigating gangland murders. Photograph: Getty Images

Gardaí have reverted to using traditional search warrants to obtain mobile phone data in criminal investigations due to the controversy over Ireland’(...)

     The 69-year-old has been formally charged by prosecutors after a long-running investigation at a court in the Costa Blanca town of Torrevieja in Spain.

Irish criminal John Gilligan has been told a judge has found enough evidence to warrant his trial on drugs and gun charges in Spain. The 69-year-old(...)

Mr Justice Paul McDermott, who manages the Central Criminal Court list, has expressed concern about the lack of judges available to him to run trials.

An announcement by government of additional judges for the High Court is expected within the next two weeks as frustration in legal circles mounts ove(...)

John Saul had 15 previous convictions, including convictions for possession of drugs for sale or supply, assault, burglary and theft.

A man became involved with the transportation of heroin as a “solution” for his financial problems caused by the “pressures” the pandemic created for (...)

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