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Historic day as Central Criminal Court sits in Kilkenny courthouse

Legal history was made in Kilkenny yesterday (Thursday) when the Central Criminal Court opened a trial in the city for the first time in its history.

Historic day as Central Criminal Court sits in Kilkenny courthouse

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Legal history was made in Kilkenny yesterday (Thursday) when the Central Criminal Court opened a trial in the city for the first time in its history.

Verdict of accidental death in Gallagher case

A verdict of accidental death was returned by a jury following an eight-day inquest into the death of Achill woman Ashling Gallagher, who died in a road collision on the N59 in 2004.

Verdict of accidental death in Gallagher case

A verdict of accidental death was returned by a jury following an eight-day inquest into the death of Achill woman Ashling Gallagher, who died in a road collision on the N59 in 2004.

Jury to resume deliberations in Cunningham murder trial

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The jury in the case of a Polish man on trial for the “quiet and deadly” murder of a 20-year-old man outside a Galway nightclub, will begin its second day of deliberations at the Central Criminal Court today (Thursday).

County manager to look into coroner costs

County manager Peter Hynes said at Mayo County Council’s annual budget meeting this week that he would look into the cost of paying coroners in the county. His remarks were made in response to a call by Independent councillor Frank Durcan for an investigation into the cost involved. The Castlebar based councillor questioned the figures paid out to the different coroners and how there could be such wildly different numbers of inquests held in different areas of the county.

Mixed ruling in Loughrea deaf woman’s case

The High Court delivered a mixed ruling in the case of a Loughrea woman who initiated a legal challenge after being excluded from serving on a jury four years ago.

Family get jury date for alleged slash hook attack

A father, mother, and son, all pleading not guilty to their part in an alleged slash hook and samurai sword attack on a woman last year, were returned for trial to the Circuit Court at a hearing in Athlone District Court this week (June 9).

Accused refuses to give evidence at jockey murder trial

A man accused of setting fire to a UK block of flats killing two promising young jockeys, including Claregalway native Jamie Kyne, refused to give evidence at his trial yesterday.

Arson accused sent ‘creepy’ texts to girl, jury hears

A jury in the trial of a man accused of setting fire to a block of flats in the UK killing two young jockeys, including Claregalway native Jamie Kyne, has heard that he sent “creepy” text messages to a teenage girl and had committed the arson attack as an act of revenge.

 

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