PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) will fund a police investigation into murders allegedly committed by the IRA informant codenamed Stakeknife from its own budget.
Progress has been made in improving the conditions in Maghaberry Prison since a damning report said it was in a "state of crisis", but a "significant amount of work" is still to be done, a report has found. Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJNI) revisited Maghaberry seven months after t
Justice Minister David Ford Justice Minister David Ford discussed the forthcoming Psychoactive Substances Act at a seminar organised by the Organised Crime Task Force drugs sub-group.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has used the Crime and Security Act 2001 to seize cash suspected to belong to a proscribed organisation for the first time. A total of £3,500 was seized last September and handed to the Treasury, which allocates a portion of the funds to the PSNI.
Patrick Brown, managing partner at Tughans Commercial firm Tughans won 25 percent of major corporate deals in Northern Ireland last year, the Belfast Telegraph reports.
Patrick Madden A court has dropped assault charges against an American man alleged to have forced a transatlantic flight to touch down in Belfast.
NI: Rapist found not to represent significant risk of serious harm through commission of similar offences
A man has had his sentence for rape reduced by the Court of Appeal after the Court found that the Crown Court incorrectly found that he represented a significant risk of serious harm from similar offending. Mr Lukasz Artur Kubik had been found guilty of raping a woman who approached him and a group
John Guerin, president of the Law Society The Law Society of Northern Ireland has welcomed a call by MLAs not to scrap Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPA).
Justice Minister David Ford Northern Ireland's Justice Minister David Ford has dismissed suggestions that parts of court proceedings could be streamed live over the Internet.
Pictured (l-r): Actress Laine Megaw, Nichola Coghlan, competition judge Colin Mitchell, Ellen Forester, and competition judge David Gaston Two trainees from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) have triumphed in the regional heat of the Louis M. Brown and Forrest S. Mosten Internationa
Geraldine Hanna, the chief executive of Victim Support NI A leading charity supporting victims in Northern Ireland has called for a focus on "reforms to the criminal justice system" ahead of the Northern Ireland Assembly election.
Pictured (l-r) Dr. Theresa Donaldson, John Guerin, Councillor Thomas Beckett, Alan Hunter and Alderman James Tinsley. The Law Society of Northern Ireland has met with representatives of Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council to discuss the impending closure of Lisburn Court House.
Justice Minister David Ford Northern Ireland's Justice Minister David Ford has met with Lynne Owens, the new director general of the National Crime Agency (NCA).
An appeal by the PSNI officer who attempted to arrest a judge during court proceedings against his three month prison sentence has been adjourned for a week. Thomas Anthony Carlin, 43, sought leave to appeal his sentence to the UK Supreme Court at a specially convened hearing in Belfast at 7pm on Fr
Ciarán Moynagh of McLernon Moynagh Solicitors A legal challenge to the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Criminal Justice and Support for Victims) Act (Northern Ireland) 2015 was adjourned for over three weeks at a hearing in Belfast this morning.