Search Results for 'Dublin District Court'

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Galway student pleads guilty to hacking FG website

A GMIT student and his co-accused have admitted hacking into Fine Gael’s website in the lead-up to the 2011 general election as part of a “stunt” to embarass the party.

Woman remanded after murder of Mayoman

A Galway woman accused of murdering a man in Salthill more than three months ago has consented to being further remanded in custody for two weeks pending completion of the book of evidence.

Galway murder accused consents to further remand

A Galway woman accused of murdering a man in Salthill more than three months ago has consented to being further remanded in custody for two weeks pending completion of the book of evidence.

Galway murder accused granted continuing bail from Dublin court

A Galway woman accused of murder was granted continuing bail in Dublin District Court this week.

Dublin court appearance for Salthill murder accused

Maura Thornton, the woman charged with murdering Kevin Joyce in Salthill last month, was remanded in custody with consent to bail when she appeared at Dublin District Court this week.

Developer spared jail for possession of unlicensed rifle

A Kilkenny property developer has escaped jail after being seen brandishing a rifle while sitting in his jeep outside the Four Courts last September.

Mayo builder vows there will be no more protests

The builder who parked a cherry picker outside Leinster House as part of a protest and was subsequently charged with dangerous driving had his case struck out in Dublin District Court this week.

‘Anglo Avenger’ to avenge no more

A Galway-based developer, dubbed the ‘Anglo Avenger’, has vowed to retire from the protest game for good following a court case this week in which the charge against him of dangerous driving was withdrawn.

Judge says sorry to new arrivals

A judge apologised to five new Irishmen in court this week for the “disrespect” shown to them, after he learned they had to travel over 100 miles to make their declarations of fidelity.

Heroin charge thrown out after judge hears charge brought only after defendant reminded DPP

A man who pleaded guilty to possession of three grammes of heroin had his case struck out in the District Court this week (February 9) after the judge discovered the case might not have been brought had the defendant himself not prompted the justice system about this outstanding charge.

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