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Court reporter Matthew Agius is a Legal Procurator and Commissioner for Oaths. Prior to reading Law at the University of Malta, Matthew served in the British Army.
Hospital employee acquitted of using wife's sensitive patient information
Court & Police 04-12

A Gozo General Hospital employee has been acquitted of offences under the Data Protection Act after getting his hands on his wife’s medical records for their annulment case

Life sentence for man who murdered wife in front of daughter, confirmed on appeal
Court & Police 04-12

David Norbert Schembri is eligible for parole after 25 years, says court

Man crippled by beating with iron chain receives €6,000 in damages from aggressor
Court & Police 01-12

Etienne Fenech allegedly fetched a two-metre long iron chain and hit his neighbour Mario Vella with it

‘Matter of time’ before rogue truck driver causes fatality, court told
Court & Police 01-12

Marius Camilleri was charged with 11 offences, including dangerous driving, driving without a license and speeding

Local council official acquitted of misappropriation
Court & Police 30-11

The court observed that the prosecution had produced no evidence of any claims of missed payments or shortfalls in deposits or anything to substantiate the former mayor's claim of a discrepancy of Lm10,000, much less that the sum had been used by the former council official for his own purposes.

Reformed thief has sentence slashed on appeal
Court & Police 30-11

Judge Giovanni Grixti said the court was impressed with the real progress registered by Roderick Tabone since his imprisonment for stealing a chequebook and multitool from a car, and reformed the appellant's 16-month jail sentence to three years' probation

Man who pierced partner’s skull with screwdriver over custody feud jailed for 10 years
Court & Police 30-11

Court says it cannot show mercy to those who use violence against their own family, as Gozo man gets 10 years’ jail for attempted murder

Muscat, Mizzi and five others to be defendants in Busuttil Constitutional case
Court & Police 30-11

The seven public figures involved in the Panama appeals are to join in the constitutional suit filed by Simon Busuttil against the AG

Renzo Piano demands €300,000 overdue from GHRC
Court & Police 29-11

In judicial protest filed this morning, Renzo Piano Building Workshop called on the Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation to settle the pending balance of funds

Reformed heroin addict was used as ‘tester’ by father who sold drugs
Court & Police 29-11

Reformed heroin addict and trafficker used by his father as 'tester' for drugs he was about to sell gets light sentence under new laws

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