The mother of the 17-year-old girl wept as Mr Justice Peter Kelly outlined the only option for her daughter is to remain in a busy A&E hospital unit until she gets a bed in an adult psychiatric unit after which it is hoped, within a few days, she will get into an adolescent psychiatric unit.
The arrest warrant says the PSNI officer’s wife awoke in the early hours of June 18 and looked out her bedroom window and saw a male in the driveway on the ground at the driver's door of her husband's car.
The High Court heard there were continuing issues with a fresh translation of a “difficult to follow” French court judgement, in which Ian Bailey was found guilty of Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s murder.
Terence Gavin (27) with an address at Moyne Park, Baldoyle, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to stealing €320 cash from Imram Shahzad at the same address on August 4, 2016.
A Dublin couple who used forged documents to apply for a mortgage because they believed they would never qualify otherwise for a housing loan one have been spared a jail sentence.
A car dealer alleged to be giving the Revenue the "runaround" in its efforts to recover under a €4.95m tax judgment obtained ten years ago has received a two month suspended sentence for civil contempt.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal by a Romanian man, who lived here legally for three years before being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, over the Department of Social Protection's refusal to pay him disability benefit on his return to Romania.
Businessman Bernard Rocca and his wife, Theresa, may avoid losing their €1m Castleknock, Dublin, home which a vulture fund claims it is entitled to sell off against Bernard’s personal business debts of up to €2m.
Mr Justice Peter Kelly also described as “appalling” that a video, since taken down by Facebook, was posted on social media featuring the man - who is a ward of court on foot of evidence he lacks capacity - being confronted by several people and aggressively “interrogated”.
A child has suffered irreversible kidney damage and will suffer more unless he undergoes surgery his parents object to because they do not accept his diagnosis, a consultant paediatrician surgeon has told the High Court.
A young autistic man with a moderate learning disability, previously taken into care amid concerns of physical violence and exposure to pornography in his home, has made “enormous progress” in a residential care facility, the High Court has heard.
The president of the High Court has authorised the taking of legal action against State agencies over their alleged “appalling” failures over years to protect a child from alleged sexual abuse by more than 12 males.