A former post office employee who stole over €23,000 in old age pension payments from 91 customers has been sentenced to three years with 18 months suspended.
A man who was caught trying to communicate with a child for sex by a vigilante “sting” operation has been jailed for six months.
A Polish roofer currently serving a lengthy prison term for random attacks on three women continues to maintain his innocence, the Central Criminal Court has heard.
A man has received a partially-suspended ten-year prison sentence for a knife attack on a man during which he eviscerated the victim.
Robert Lynch was one of two men who attacked a man in his taxi after he had picked them up in a garage forecourt.
A man who caused almost €2 million worth of damage when he burned down a Flyefit gym has been jailed for six-and-a-half years.
A mother of 16 has avoided a jail term after she tried to process a bogus personal injury claim because she needed money to cover the costs of her and her husband's funerals.
A Polish roofer who is currently serving a lengthy prison term for random attacks on three women has been convicted of trying to rape a woman almost nine years ago.
A religious teacher jailed for molesting a young student at a Dublin mosque has had his 14-month jail term increased to four-and-a-half years by the Court of Appeal.
A man who repeatedly rammed a garda patrol car at the conclusion of a high-speed chase has been jailed for four years.
A Dublin man who broke into a terminally ill woman's house and repeatedly beat her son over four hours has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.
A young man who got involved in the drugs trade to raise funds for a garage business has been jailed for three years for possessing almost half a million euro of cocaine.
A man who threatened to put intimate images of his ex-partner up on Facebook if she didn't pay him €5,000 he claimed she owed, has avoided jail.
One of the victims of a man jailed for a series of random attacks on women in Dublin has spoken of her ordeal and the profound effect it still has on her.
In July 2012 a court imposed 16 orders against him, including forbidding him from posing as a film director or journalist in search of child subjects.
Slawomir Gierlowski (33) of Galtymore Road, Drimnagh, Dublin denies attacking the women on dates in 2011, 2015 and 2016 at locations around Clondalkin in south Dublin.
The accused man said: “I'm fed up with this. I've said I know nothing about it.”
A garda has described how a suspect in a late night sexual assault “zig-zagged” to avoid street lighting while he ran away from the scene.
A Dublin man has gone on trial accused of carrying out three attacks on women over a five-year period.
A Roscommon man who used a growling Alsatian dog to rob a pedestrian on the Dublin quays will be sentenced later.
The sentencing of a young man whose dangerous driving caused the death of his best friend has been delayed because gardaí do not have a full record of his previous convictions.
An elderly man has been jailed for 16 months for molesting his nine-year-old niece.
The Saudi Arabian embassy will pay €2,000 in damages caused by a master’s degree student who set upon a fellow student with nunchucks, a Dublin court has heard.
A 17-year-old who crashed a stolen car into the River Liffey at Celbridge while being chased by gardaí from a burglary scene has been given one year’s detention.
A man has been jailed for sending “grossly threatening” text messages to his ex-girlfriend after she started seeing someone else.
The Private Residential Tenancies Board has today secured a temporary injunction to allow a family re-enter their Dublin apartment - after the locks were changed without notice.
It’s back to the drawing board with plans for a long-awaited water scheme for a popular tourist area after the Circuit Court turned down a local authority’s proposals.
A man who admitted that his driving caused the death of an “inspirational” teacher in a head-on collision last year has put flowers at the scene of the fatal crash and met with the victim’s family yesterday, a court heard.
A man who attacked an army veteran with a samurai sword, leaving him partially paralysed and able to speak just four words, has been jailed for nine years.
Gravely ill teenager Donal Walsh has donated a €15,000 personal injury award to aid his elder sister’s education.
An army veteran and voluntary worker has been left partially paralysed and almost without speech following an attack by a man who struck him on the head with a samurai sword during a row outside a pub, a court heard.
A man tried to intimidate a former president of Muintir na Tíre by presenting him with a fake “photograph” of the community leader with a semi-naked young girl.
A judge described legal proceedings being brought by a small rural community against a local authority and An Bord Pleanála as “very complex and important for all concerned’’.
A jury was directed to find a solicitor not guilty of a charge of deceiving a client of €7,500.
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