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Guilty verdicts returned in Patryk Krupa murder trial

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A cage fighter and another man have been found guilty of murdering a 23-year-old by beating him unconscious and leaving him to drown in the River Shannon.

Construction Contracts Bill will protect contractors and their staff

Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Michelle Mulherin, has welcomed the passing of the Construction Contracts’ Bill which delivers on the Programme for Government commitment to introduce new legislation to protect all small building subcontractors denied payments from bigger companies.

Rape accused trial date gets closer

A man charged with 173 counts of rape and sexual assault on three children was remanded on continuing bail to appear at Longford District Court on February 19 for service of a book of evidence on that date.

Man with 93 previous convictions jailed for series of city burglaries

A Limerick man with 93 previous convictions is to spend a further six months behind bars and was given a further nine-month suspended sentence for committing a number of burglaries including taking a laptop from behind the counter of a city centre clothes shop.

Man obstructed traffic with his parking

A man who parked his car in an obstructive manner was convicted and fined at this week’s sitting of Castlebar District Court.

A new Legal practice - a new fresh approach

Legal procedures in purchasing a house

Generally a person finds a property to purchase through an auctioneer. He/she then instruct a solicitor to act on his/her behalf and to attend to the various legal requirements pertaining to purchasing a property. The solicitor will begin by explaining the procedures involved, and at the outset the solicitor will send the client a letter detailing the legal costs and outlays associated with the transfer together with anti-money laundering legislation.

Man who stole money may undertake community service

A man who took money from people, under the pretence that it was for the local community TV deflector system, was before Castlebar District Court this week where, if he is deemed suitable, he will undertake community service in lieu of a prison sentence.

Man who stole money may undertake community service

A man who took money from people, under the pretence that it was for the local community TV deflector system, was before Castlebar District Court this week where, if he is deemed suitable, he will undertake community service in lieu of a prison sentence.

Fraud conviction against Galway councillor quashed

A conviction against Galway County Councillor Michael Fahy for obtaining €7,000 from the local authority by false pretences was quashed by the Court of Criminal Appeal earlier this week.

 

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