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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.
Water-filled PaqPaqli ghall-Istrina crash barriers were empty, court told
Court & Police 21-11

2015 supercrash that injured 23: plastic crash barriers had not been filled with water as intended by the organisers 

Sailors denied bail for territorial breach
Court & Police 21-11

Three Turkish sailors, who entered Maltese waters without informing authorities, have been remanded in custody

Man held on charges of sexually abusing five 13 to 16-year-old children
Court & Police 21-11

Christopher Dalli, 47, was arraigned this afternoon and accused of sexually abusing five children, between the ages of 13 and 16

Clerical error gets man off untaxed fuel charge
Court & Police 21-11

Man had been charged after Malta Resources Authority inspector found more than 1,000 litres of gasoil with unpaid duty

Man charged with Metsola death threats denied bail
Court & Police 21-11

The man’s relatives stood outside the courtroom in tears as he was led away by police

Jealous husband jailed for six years over wife's 2012 stabbing
Court & Police 21-11

Accused pleaded guilty to attempted murder, harassment, intimidation, carrying a knife without a licence, and slightly injuring two men

Court slams lawyer for ‘malicious and vexatious’ reporting of colleague to regulator
Court & Police 20-11

In a scathing judgment, the magistrate said it had been proven that the plaintiff had acted his client’s interests when he had filed acts in court in order for them to take back what was rightfully theirs

Jailed after being caught red-handed, breaking into elderly woman's home
Court & Police 20-11

A man from Pieta, 39, was jailed for seven months and fined after being found guilty of breaking into an elderly woman's home in 2013

Paqpaqli crash barriers not intended to protect spectators, court told
Court & Police 20-11

Crash barriers erected at PaqPaqli ghall-Istrina event, in which 23 were injured, were not meant to protect the public but to avoid damage to aircraft

Disappearing evidence: Karin Grech family members file court protest over missing envelope fragments
Court & Police 17-11

Family say AG, Commissioner of Police and the Director General of Courts responsible for lack of investigation progress, argue missing envelope fragments could have shed light on the crime

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