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Mullingar man to be sentenced in January after armed hi-jacking

A Mullingar resident who along with a fellow Lithuanian used a gun to hi-jack a car in Dublin earlier this year will discover his fate early in the New Year..

County publican’s trial on sex charges deferred until mid-January

The trial of a Co Galway publican, charged with the sexual abuse of a young man during the 1970s, which was due to start at Galway Circuit Criminal Court yesterday (Wednesday) has been deferred to next year.

Brothers found guilty of late-night assault

After spending over two hours locked in indecision, a jury of six men and six women voted two Myshall brothers guilty of assault and aggravated burglary in 2004.

Trial continues for brothers involved in Patrick's Day brawl

A violent and vicious street brawl on St Patrick's Day 2004 that saw one man lose an eye and another kicked while he lay on the ground brought two Kilkenny brothers before Kilkenny Circuit Court this week.

Guilty verdict in Freshford collision case

A Kilkenny Circuit Court jury returned a unanimous guilty verdict this week in what was described as “a most unusual dangerous driving case”.

Jury to consider reduced charge of manslaughter

A charge of murder against the man accused of killing Kilbeggan pensioner Christy Hanley last May has been reduced to manslaughter.

Jury dismissed in Roscommon rape case

The jury in the trial of a County Roscommon resident has been discharged at the Central Criminal Court because the judge was not available to take up the case.

Man found guilty of Glenamaddy manslaughter after six-day trial

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A man who inflicted one fatal stab wound on a young Glennamaddy man has been found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter.

Medical misadventure ruling in hospital death

The husband of 38-year-old woman who died after giving birth to their second child told reporters outside the steps of Castlebar Court House last Monday, “Two years ago was supposed to be Evelyn’s day, but this is Evelyn’s real day. The last two years have been difficult but we knew what happened and that eventually the truth would come out.” Mr Padraig Flanagan was speaking after the coroner’s inquest into the death of his wife Evelyn Flanagan (38) of Hollyhill, Ballyheane, Castlebar, on October 19, 2007 found that the cause of her death was “medical misadventure” following evidence from two independent witness from the UK, which was given at the inquest.

 

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