A mother who repeatedly assaulted her children and threatened to kill them while holding a knife has been jailed for two years.
A man who continues to deny his part in the armed robbery of a Dublin post office has been jailed for 12 years.
An Iraqi war veteran who developed drug addictions a result of his military service has being jailed for robbery and car jacking.
Garret Hevey and David Peile have been jailed for a fraud in which they induced dozens to invest over €5m in a forestry investment scam.
A plumber with Dublin City Council who threatened to put a bullet in the head of two work colleagues has received a fully suspended sentence.
A Tallaght man arrested following the looting of a Centra during Storm Emma last year has been sentenced to two years in prison with the final year suspended.
A man who was discovered by gardaí to have a large amount of stolen money in his underwear has been jailed for two years.
A Dublin man has been convicted of the armed robbery of a post office in January 2016.
A man has been convicted by a jury of sexually abusing the son of his childhood friend while he was staying with the family almost seven years ago.
A detective garda jailed for harassing a State solicitor by sending abusive letters is to walk free from prison following a successful sentence appeal.
An apprentice carpenter who admitted unlawfully killing his friend in a “one punch” assault has been sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment with the final two years suspended.
A man who wielded a sledgehammer as he took part in the looting of a local supermarket during the blizzards of Storm Emma last year has been jailed for 18 months.
A Cork mother-of-two who went to stab an acquaintance with a 9-inch blade over something she thought the woman had said has walked free from court on a probation bond.
A 22-year-old man who brandished a machete at a garda pursuing him and his uncle from a shop they had just robbed has been sentenced to six years in prison with the final two suspended.
Two sisters who assaulted a woman in front of her baby son have been ordered to complete community service hours in lieu of prison sentences.
A convicted sex offender who is “something of a menace” was twice caught masturbating in public one week apart, a court has heard.
A man who fired eight shots from a semi-automatic pistol as he raided a Dublin post office has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment.
A raider who pointed a BB gun at the head of a taxi driver and demanded money has been jailed for three years.
A man who defrauded six customers out of almost €60,000 by taking payments for minibuses which he never handed over to them has been sentenced to three and half years.
A Dublin man who touched a fellow bus passenger's shoulder with his penis claimed he had been urinating when the vehicle jerked forward and pushed him towards the woman, a court has heard.
A mother-of-two who flung boiling water at a shop worker's face has been jailed for 18 months.
A Dublin credit union employee who stole up to €395,000 over a decade from the lender has been jailed for 18 months.
The judge said that normally such a crime would attract a prison sentence but said that Mooney's “well being” should be preserved and “the risk of infection for cystic fibrosis sufferers is a major concern”.
Paul Connolly has 215 previous convictions including 14 for dangerous driving and three for hit-and-runs. He admitted taking cocaine and tablets the night before his car mounted the footpath in this case.
A separated father who began viewing child pornography after he was sent a link while watching adult pornography online has been placed on a two-year probation bond.
A 42-year-old Dublin man has been jailed for five years for child pornography offences and for sexually exploiting a young boy.
A South African grandmother who illegally trafficked a nine-year-old child into Ireland was hoping that a romantic relationship might develop with the child's father, a court has heard.
Paul Connolly (37), who has 14 convictions for dangerous driving and three for hit and runs, was driving his young child to school at the time of the collision.
A Dublin man has received 240 hours community service in lieu of three years in jail for a one-punch assault which left an acquaintance with a fractured skull and reduced hearing.
A Croatian man who raided two post offices while armed with an imitation firearm has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.
A young Dublin man who burst his girlfriend's eardrum in a beating which left her vomiting for a whole night has been sentenced to four and a half years.
Three young Dublin men filmed themselves laughing and showing their bloodied fists after a “violent rampage” of assaults on bystanders in the city centre, a court has heard.
A man who allowed others to lodge cheques into his bank account has pleaded guilty to possession of around €50,000 in criminal profits, a court has heard.
A Dublin teenager who repeatedly slammed a door into a girl's head and set fire to her hair has been jailed for six years.
Three children were inside the apartment with their mother, who said her youngest told her he was going to heaven and would come back and help them escape the fire.
A member of the Hutch family living in fear for his safety has been jailed for breaking into the Offices of the Revenue Commissioners and assaulting a man who tried to prevent him leaving.
A woman who stole the proceeds of the sale of a retired GP's surgery when she was working as the victim's carer has been jailed for two years.
A woman in her 80s, her granddaughter and her 10-week-old great grandson were forced to take refuge in her back garden after the heat from the two blazing cars melted the front door shut, the court heard.
A pregnant woman, her partner and two young children awoke to find an intruder screaming and banging on their bed with a plank during a “profoundly frightening” burglary, a court has heard.
A man has been jailed for his part in a bank machine scam that involved distracting elderly victims before taking their cash.
One of two men caught “red handed” with loaded guns at “optimal readiness”, as well as a can of petrol, has had his 12 year prison sentence cut to 11 on appeal.
A woman has been jailed for three years for her part in a violent late-night robbery which left the victim with a broken eye socket.
A detective found guilty of harassing a State solicitor by sending her abusive letters has been jailed for three years.
A father-of-six who attacked a man with a claw hammer in a family restaurant, subjecting diners to "a violent and frightening experience" has been jailed for 18 months.
Charges against 10 of the 11 Jobstown water charge protesters have been formally dropped.
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