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Man with background of domestic violence jailed for life for murdering his girlfriend

Additional reporting by Anna Senkara

34 year old Kane Boyce from Kent has been sentence to life imprisonment at the Old Bailey for murdering his girlfriend Paula Newman. 371 more words

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British Teen Convicted of Alleged Terrorist Plot to Behead Soldier

British teenager, Brusthom Ziamani, who rapidly became radicalized after converting to Islam was convicted today of planning to behead a soldier.A jury at London’s Central Criminal Court found the 19-year-old  guilty of preparing an act of terrorism. 160 more words

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Dundalk man handed life sentence for murder of his wife

A local man was handed a life sentence yesterday for murdering his wife in their Dundalk home three years ago.

Michael McDonagh (36) of College Manor, Hoey’s Lane, Dundalk, Co Louth pleaded guilty before the Central Criminal Court to the murder of his wife Jacqueline McDonagh on August 29th, 2012. 242 more words

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Old Bailey Online

Old Bailey Online is a great project that makes 197,745 criminal trials held at London’s central criminal court searchable. Great idea as every user can have now online insight into english criminal affairs from 29th April 1674 till 1st April 1913 . 358 more words

Jury resumes deliberations in Finnegan murder trial

The jury in the trial of a 33-year-old man accused of murdering his ex-partner has resumed deliberating on a verdict having been sent home for a second night last night. 351 more words

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Murder accused claims he first heard of partner's death on the news

The jury in the trial of a local man accused of stabbing his former partner has heard that he first learned of her death on the radio news. 253 more words

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Knives in murder trial were not forensically examined, court hears

A murder trial heard yesterday that two knives found at the scene were not forensically examined despite claims by the accused that more than one knife was involved in the fatal incident. 646 more words

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