Search Results for 'Juries'
49 results found.
The jury in the trial of a Connemara woman who stabbed her former boyfriend 18 times was found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter at the Central Criminal Court sitting in Galway.
A new jury is to be empanelled at the Central Criminal Court sitting in Galway this morning (Thursday) to hear evidence in the trial of a Connemara woman who denies murdering a former boyfriend at an apartment in Salthill almost 18 months ago.
The trial of a man charged with withholding information during a Garda investigation into the killing of popular Oughterard publican and teacher John Kenny continued this week following lengthy legal arguments.
The family of the late Evelyn Flanagan have this week welcomed the acknowledgement of liability from the HSE in relation to her death almost five years ago in Mayo General Hospital. High Court proceedings had been issued by the late Mrs Flanagan’s family following the decision of the coroner’s inquest in 2009 that she had died as a result of medical misadventure.
The mother of a Mullingar teenager killed in a car accident in 2006 has said Wednesday’s inquest has not brought closure to her family.
Grand juries were an important part of local government in 19th century Ireland and they had a reputation for road building and corruption.
The events which led to the tragic deaths of two women, one a Galway native, in a head-on collission on the M6 last summer was described as a nightmare during an inquest at Offaly Coroner’s Court this week.
It is not often that one reads of a man taking an action for breach of promise of marriage. Such an action was heard in the County Court-house, Galway, at the Lent Assizes of 1817. (I think it was one of the first cases heard after the opening of the building).
A woman charged with attempting to steal 17 dresses from a store in Athlone Towncentre will have to wait until September to find out if she is to face a jury trial.