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Verdict in Athlone murder trial expected today

The jury in the trial of Jimmy Devaney, who is accused of murdering Marie Greene in Athlone four years ago, will retire today to consider its verdict.

Athlone murder trial to start today in Central Criminal Court

 

Prospect rapist chef gets seven years after fourth trial

A Mullingar-based chef who raped a young woman after inviting her back to his apartment for a party has been sentenced to seven years in prison, with the final year suspended, after a fourth trial.

Portumna teenager selected as juror for Coca-Cola film competition

Joesph Beltran, 17, from Portumna has been chosen as a jury member for a short film competition that sees him gain entry to a 20 part jury panel that will review and critique films from across the world.

Former book-keeper faces trial for stealing nearly €10,500

The trial of a former city centre nightclub book-keeper who denies fraudulantly stealing €10,490 from her employer during a period of more than a year is due to begin this morning before a jury.

Connemara woman to be sentenced in March after guilty manslaughter verdict

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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.

New jury to be selected this morning for Salthill murder trial

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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.

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.

Local man gets trial date for Marie Greene murder

Jimmy Devaney (63), the retired soldier charged in February with the murder of 37-year-old local woman Marie Greene, was presented with his book of evidence in the District Court this week (June 8), and sent forward for arraignment in the Central Criminal Court at its next sittings beginning on June 22.

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