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Daily Mirror
Devastated wife of man killed in hit and run says she cannot forgive killerdriven by 27-year-old Christopher Coleman, the Irish Mirror reports. Coleman o
Devastated wife of man killed in hit and run says she cannot forgive killer
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
driven by 27-year-old Christopher Coleman, the Irish Mirror reports. Coleman of Reuben Street, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to dangerous driving causing the death of Mr Maher at Clontarf Road, Dublin on June 30,... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Christopher Coleman gets two and half years for fatally knocking over cyclist Eugene Maherbanned from driving at the time and had never held a driving licence. Coleman
Christopher Coleman gets two and half years for fatally knocking over cyclist Eugene Maher
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
banned from driving at the time and had never held a driving licence. Coleman of Reuben Street, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to dangerous driving causing the death of Mr Maher at Clontarf Road, Dublin on June 30, 2015.... Read more
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Herald.ie
No jail for mum who harassed pal with food ordersto the woman's house and ordered taxis to pick her up at home. McCann, of Oakl
No jail for mum who harassed pal with food orders
Herald.ie / Posted 6 days ago
to the woman's house and ordered taxis to pick her up at home. McCann, of Oaklands Park, Swords, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to nine charges of harassment on various dates between last September 11 and 22. Gda Sgt Gerry... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Change of evidence by garda ‘a grave concern’in a firearms retrial was a matter of grave concern to the court, a judge has s
Change of evidence by garda ‘a grave concern’
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
in a firearms retrial was a matter of grave concern to the court, a judge has said. Judge John Aylmer made his comments at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court in the trial of Jamie Tighe, 22, who had denied three counts of possession of firearms at... Read more
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Herald.ie
Driver banned three times knocked down and killed cyclist (62)hours after being struck by a car driven by Christopher Coleman (27). Coleman,
Driver banned three times knocked down and killed cyclist (62)
Herald.ie / Posted 10 days ago
hours after being struck by a car driven by Christopher Coleman (27). Coleman, of Reuben Street, Dublin, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to dangerous driving causing the death of Mr Maher (inset) at Clontarf Road, Dublin on June 30,... Read more
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Herald.ie
Garda harassed female sergeant with emails, poem and Valentine'semails and a friend request on Facebook despite numerous warnings from his supe
Garda harassed female sergeant with emails, poem and Valentine's
Herald.ie / Posted 11 days ago
emails and a friend request on Facebook despite numerous warnings from his superiors. Gerardine Small, prosecuting, told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court that Gda Donal Maguire's harassment of the woman was not disputed. Rather, the jurors were told... Read more
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RTE News
'Singing priest' convicted of sexually abusing boyyou can have without being sick," said Walsh. Walsh, formerly of North Circula
'Singing priest' convicted of sexually abusing boy
RTE News / Posted 12 days ago
you can have without being sick," said Walsh. Walsh, formerly of North Circular Road, Dublin 7, had pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to five counts of indecently assaulting the boy on dates between January 1980 and December... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Former 'singing' priest who claimed 'we are all victims' is convicted of abusing boy five timesyou can have without being sick,” said Walsh. Walsh, formerly of North Circula
Former 'singing' priest who claimed 'we are all victims' is convicted of abusing boy five times
Irish Examiner / Posted 12 days ago
you can have without being sick,” said Walsh. Walsh, formerly of North Circular Road, Dublin 7 had pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to five counts of indecently assaulting the boy on dates between January 1980 and December... Read more
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Daily Star
Conniving fraudster cons FRIENDS out of £7k for Conor McGregor fightafter promising to get them tickets to Conor McGregor’s UFC Fight Night in the
Conniving fraudster cons FRIENDS out of £7k for Conor McGregor fight
Daily Star / Posted 13 days ago
after promising to get them tickets to Conor McGregor’s UFC Fight Night in the 02 in July 2014. He pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to dishonestly inducing another to transfer €76,000 into his AIB account to purchase a site at... Read more
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Herald.ie
Man sent for trial on shotgun and assault chargessaid that the book of evidence was ready and had been served on the accused, wh
Man sent for trial on shotgun and assault charges
Herald.ie / Posted 16 days ago
said that the book of evidence was ready and had been served on the accused, who goes forward to the present sitting of Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. The State solicitor specified that Mr Walshe was being returned to the ordinary sitting of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Denis Casey found guilty in Anglo conspiracy trialdepositors and lenders about the true health of Anglo in 2008. On the afternoo
Denis Casey found guilty in Anglo conspiracy trial
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
depositors and lenders about the true health of Anglo in 2008. On the afternoon of day 89 of the trial, the jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court returned a verdict of guilty for Casey. Judge Martin Nolan finished his charge to the jury on... Read more
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The Irish Times
Anglo verdicts: More cases in the pipelinein September 2008. Mr Whelan, a former director of lending at Anglo, is accuse
Anglo verdicts: More cases in the pipeline
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
in September 2008. Mr Whelan, a former director of lending at Anglo, is accused of being a party to the same loan. The Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has heard that Mr McAteer and Mr Whelan intend to plead not guilty to the charges. A date of... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Man who has no remorse for sexually assaulting his four young daughters gets four and a half yearshas never shown any remorse for subjecting his children to “unspeakable mental
Man who has no remorse for sexually assaulting his four young daughters gets four and a half years
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
has never shown any remorse for subjecting his children to “unspeakable mental and physical cruelty”. Last April a jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court returned unanimous guilty verdicts on eight charges of indecent and sexual assault committed... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Former Irish Life chief convicted of €7.2bn conspiracy to defrauddepositors and lenders about the true health of Anglo in 2008. On the afternoo
Former Irish Life chief convicted of €7.2bn conspiracy to defraud
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
depositors and lenders about the true health of Anglo in 2008. On the afternoon of day 89 of the trial, the jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court returned a verdict of guilty for Casey. The verdict came following over 61 hours deliberating... Read more
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Herald.ie
Man alleged to have used meat cleaver in shop theftsolicitor said the book of evidence was ready and had been served on Whelan, wh
Man alleged to have used meat cleaver in shop theft
Herald.ie / Posted 18 days ago
solicitor said the book of evidence was ready and had been served on Whelan, who goes forward to the present sittings of Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Judge David McHugh gave Mr Whelan the formal alibi warning. The judge also assigned defence... Read more
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Herald.ie
Prisoner caught for seventh time using a phone in his cellcourse. Boggins, a former car dealer and married father-of-two, was convicted
Prisoner caught for seventh time using a phone in his cell
Herald.ie / Posted 20 days ago
course. Boggins, a former car dealer and married father-of-two, was convicted of drugs offences following a trial at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. That court was presented with testimonials and reports from business and sporting backgrounds... Read more
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Herald.ie
Teen quizzed over fatal stabbing of man at halting sitelookout during a robbery at Terry Rogers Bookmakers on Glasnevin Avenue on Augu
Teen quizzed over fatal stabbing of man at halting site
Herald.ie / Posted 20 days ago
lookout during a robbery at Terry Rogers Bookmakers on Glasnevin Avenue on August 24, 2010 while he was on bail. Judge Patricia Ryan sentenced him to six years for both offences at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court but suspended it on strict conditi... Read more
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Herald.ie
Accused's Oz move plan 'on hold' over assault case delaystrial on indictment. This means it was deemed too serious to be dealt with at
Accused's Oz move plan 'on hold' over assault case delays
Herald.ie / Posted 21 days ago
trial on indictment. This means it was deemed too serious to be dealt with at district court level and will be sent to Dublin Circuit Criminal Court, which has tougher sentencing powers on conviction. However, state solicitor Mary Kate Halpin... Read more
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Herald.ie
Ex-ILP finance chief Fitzpatrick not guilty in €7.2bn Anglo plotdirector of Irish Life and Permanent (ILP) of conspiring to defraud the markets
Ex-ILP finance chief Fitzpatrick not guilty in €7.2bn Anglo plot
Herald.ie / Posted 23 days ago
director of Irish Life and Permanent (ILP) of conspiring to defraud the markets in 2008 in a €7.2bn scheme. Jurors at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court returned a not guilty verdict on Peter Fitz- patrick (63) following nearly 47 hours of... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Fitzpatrick acquitted over Anglo €7.2bn scheme to defraud marketsIrish Life and Permanent finance director Peter Fitzpatrick leaves court yester
Fitzpatrick acquitted over Anglo €7.2bn scheme to defraud markets
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
Irish Life and Permanent finance director Peter Fitzpatrick leaves court yesterday after being found not guilty. Jurors at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court yesterday returned a not guilty verdict on Peter Fitzpatrick, aged 63, following nearly 47... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Latest: Former ILP banker found not guilty of conspiracy to defraudexpected Anglo to account for them properly. The jury is approaching its 45th
Latest: Former ILP banker found not guilty of conspiracy to defraud
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
expected Anglo to account for them properly. The jury is approaching its 45th hour of deliberations and will return to Dublin Circuit Criminal Court at 10am. You might also like More From The Irish Examiner Follow the Irish... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Latest: Judge will accept majority verdicts in relation to former ILP bankersexpected Anglo to account for them properly. The jury is approaching its 45th
Latest: Judge will accept majority verdicts in relation to former ILP bankers
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
expected Anglo to account for them properly. The jury is approaching its 45th hour of deliberations and will return to Dublin Circuit Criminal Court at 10am. You might also like More From The Irish Examiner Follow the Irish... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Woman avoids going to jail for posing as UN diplomat as part of €9,000 fraudover €8,990 on July 15, 2014 by promising her access to a container filled with
Woman avoids going to jail for posing as UN diplomat as part of €9,000 fraud
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
over €8,990 on July 15, 2014 by promising her access to a container filled with cash. Garda Enda Ledwith previously told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court that Ms Takekoshi, a 58-year-old Tokyo woman, was contacted through social media site LinkedIn... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Jury to resume deliberations of charges facing Irish Life & Permanent executivesexpected Anglo to account for them properly. The jury is approaching its 45th
Jury to resume deliberations of charges facing Irish Life & Permanent executives
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
expected Anglo to account for them properly. The jury is approaching its 45th hour of deliberations and will return to Dublin Circuit Criminal Court at 10am. You might also like More From The Irish Examiner Follow the Irish... Read more
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RTE News
Jury to resume deliberations in Anglo caseIrish Bank executives, John Bowe and Willie McAteer, and others to mislead inve
Jury to resume deliberations in Anglo case
RTE News / Posted 24 days ago
Irish Bank executives, John Bowe and Willie McAteer, and others to mislead investors, depositors and lenders about the true health of Anglo Irish Bank. McAteer and Bowe were found guilty on Wednesday by the jury at Dublin Circuit Crimina... Read more
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Herald.ie
Woman avoids prison in €9k scamover €8,990 on July 15, 2014 by promising her access to a container filled with
Woman avoids prison in €9k scam
Herald.ie / Posted 24 days ago
over €8,990 on July 15, 2014 by promising her access to a container filled with cash. Garda Enda Ledwith previously told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court that Ms Takekoshi, a 58-year-old Tokyo woman, was contacted through social media site,... Read more
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Herald.ie
OAP’s €200k fraud over 28 years using partner’s dead wifepre-retirement payments and, most recently, pension payments. Cullen, of Portl
OAP’s €200k fraud over 28 years using partner’s dead wife
Herald.ie / Posted 24 days ago
pre-retirement payments and, most recently, pension payments. Cullen, of Portland Row, Dublin, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to 30 sample counts of falsely claiming social welfare, using false instruments and possession... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Woman, 82, spared jail for €200k social welfare fraud over 28 yearspre-retirement payments and, most recently, pension payments. Cullen, of Portl
Woman, 82, spared jail for €200k social welfare fraud over 28 years
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
pre-retirement payments and, most recently, pension payments. Cullen, of Portland Row, Dublin, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to 30 sample counts of falsely claiming social welfare, using false instruments, and possession... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Woman who posed as UN diplomat and took nearly €9,000 from woman in Dublin avoids jailover €8,990 on July 15, 2014 by promising her access to a container filled with
Woman who posed as UN diplomat and took nearly €9,000 from woman in Dublin avoids jail
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
over €8,990 on July 15, 2014 by promising her access to a container filled with cash. Garda Enda Ledwith previously told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court that Ms Takekoshi, a 58-year-old Tokyo woman, was contacted through social media site,... Read more
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Herald.ie
Anglo executives guilty of €7.2bn conspiracy after longest-running trial in the history of the Stateto defraud the public in 2008. On day 84 of the longest- running criminal tria
Anglo executives guilty of €7.2bn conspiracy after longest-running trial in the history of the State
Herald.ie / Posted 25 days ago
to defraud the public in 2008. On day 84 of the longest- running criminal trial in the State's history, the jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court returned the majority verdicts. The verdict comes after 38 hours of deliberations - the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Two Anglo bosses found guilty of plot to defraud publicin 2008. John Bowe and Willie McAteer On day 84 of the longest running crimin
Two Anglo bosses found guilty of plot to defraud public
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
in 2008. John Bowe and Willie McAteer On day 84 of the longest running criminal trial in the State’s history, the jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court returned the majority verdicts. The verdict comes after 38 hours of deliberations, the longest... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Two former Anglo Irish Bank executives found guilty of conspiracy to defraudto defraud the public in 2008. On day 84 of the longest-running criminal trial
Two former Anglo Irish Bank executives found guilty of conspiracy to defraud
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
to defraud the public in 2008. On day 84 of the longest-running criminal trial in the State's history the jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court returned the majority verdicts. The verdict comes after 38 hours of deliberations, the longest... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Jury in bankers' trial reaches verdicts on two countsof Greenrath, Tipperary Town, Co Tipperary and Denis Casey (aged 56), from Rahe
Jury in bankers' trial reaches verdicts on two counts
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
of Greenrath, Tipperary Town, Co Tipperary and Denis Casey (aged 56), from Raheny, Dublin have all pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to conspiring together and with others to mislead investors through financial transactions... Read more
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metro
Man who beat ex-girlfriend avoids jail because 'he can't speak English'Davide Sanfillipo was sentenced at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court (Picture: Goog
Man who beat ex-girlfriend avoids jail because 'he can't speak English'
metro / Posted 26 days ago
Davide Sanfillipo was sentenced at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court (Picture: Google Street View) A man who beat his ex-girlfriend and tore out clumps of her hair has avoided jail because of his lack of English. Davide Sanfillipo, who is an Italian... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Dad who beat ex in front of kid avoids jail here because he's no Englishbecause he saw a message on her phone from another man. He later told police s
Dad who beat ex in front of kid avoids jail here because he's no English
Daily Mirror / Posted 26 days ago
because he saw a message on her phone from another man. He later told police she had “played with his patience,” Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard, the Irish Mirror reports. Judge Martin Nolan called it a “cowardly attack” but noted... Read more
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RTE News
Man tore out ex-partner's hair during assultbecause he saw a message on her phone from another man. He later told gardaí s
Man tore out ex-partner's hair during assult
RTE News / Posted 26 days ago
because he saw a message on her phone from another man. He later told gardaí she had "played with his patience," Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard. Judge Martin Nolan called it a "cowardly attack" but noted Sanfillipo would have a... Read more
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Herald.ie
Teenager is accused of unlawfully driving his own mother's carsummary trial of the case. This means it can be dealt with at district court l
Teenager is accused of unlawfully driving his own mother's car
Herald.ie / Posted 28 days ago
summary trial of the case. This means it can be dealt with at district court level, instead of being sent forward to Dublin Circuit Criminal Court, which has tougher potential sentencing powers on conviction. Asked by the judge for more... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Woman flew from Japan to Dublin on promise of €6.8m from 'two-star US general'pleaded guilty to dishonestly inducing Yumi Takekoshi to hand over the money on
Woman flew from Japan to Dublin on promise of €6.8m from 'two-star US general'
Irish Examiner / Posted 30 days ago
pleaded guilty to dishonestly inducing Yumi Takekoshi to hand over the money on July 15, 2014. Garda Enda Ledwith told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court, yesterday, that Ms Takekoshi, a 58-year-old from Tokyo, was contacted through social media... Read more
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Herald.ie
Man charged with ramming garda car at high speedof the charge sheets. A state solicitor said the DPP was directing trial on in
Man charged with ramming garda car at high speed
Herald.ie / Posted a month ago
of the charge sheets. A state solicitor said the DPP was directing trial on indictment, meaning the case will be sent to Dublin Circuit Criminal Court when a book of evidence is ready. The circuit court has greater potential sentencing powers on... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Woman flew from Japan to Dublin on promise of €6.8mpleaded guilty to dishonestly inducing Yumi Takekoshi to hand over the money on
Woman flew from Japan to Dublin on promise of €6.8m
Irish Examiner / Posted a month ago
pleaded guilty to dishonestly inducing Yumi Takekoshi to hand over the money on July 15, 2014. Garda Enda Ledwith told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court, yesterday, that Ms Takekoshi, a 58-year-old from Tokyo, was contacted through social media... Read more

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