A Six-Year-Old Prosecutes, 1837

From the Freeman’s Journal, 10 May 1837:                                              


A coal porter of the name of Fogarty was brought before the magistrates, charged by a little boy of about six years of age, with having robbed read more

The Barrister’s Boots That Went to Mass and Came Back Lucky, 1910-1991

From the Irish Press, 18 January 1940:

“Mr. Albert Wood, SC, who has been retained to lead in the appeals of Peter Barnes and James Richards, before the Court of Criminal Appeal, London, from their convictions on the charge of the murder of a girl shop assistant who was fatally injured in an explosion at Broadgate, Coventry, will travel to London next weekend.  Mr. Wood will be accompanied by Mr. Con Lehane, solicitor, of the firm of Lehane and Hogan, Dublin, who, acting on behalf of relatives read more