The District Court of the West Fjords has sentenced three men to pay fines for violating nature conservation laws in Hornstrandir Nature Reserve.
The European Court of Human Rights announced their ruling in the case of former Prime Minister Geir H. Haarde versus the State of Iceland this morning.
Freyja Haraldsdóttir has filed a case against the Government Agency for Child Protection in response to their denial of her application to become a foster parent.
The main proceedings of the case against Tomas Möller Olsen, charged with the murder of Birna Brjánsdóttir, began today in the district court of Reykjanes, South Iceland.
A man has been charged with a string of sexual assaults against a girl in 2015, when he was in charge of a Christian teenagers’ group.
Thomas Møller Olsen, the 30-year-old Greenlander who has been in custody since mid-January over the death of Birna Brjánsdóttir, has pleaded not guilty at the first court hearing today.
Thomas Møller Olsen, who has been in police custody as part of the Birna Brjánsdóttir murder investigation, has now been charged with attacking the 20-year-old on January 14.
Thomas Møller Olsen, a 25-year-old Greenlander and crew member of the trawler Polar Nanoq, has been charged with the murder of Birna Brjánsdóttir, the 20-year-old Icelandic woman who disappeared in Reykjavík on January 14.
The Supreme Court of Iceland will in coming weeks rule whether two women who had a surrogate mother in the US carry a child for them can be regarded as the child’s legal parents.
Two men, accused in the death of their fellow prisoner in 2012, were acquitted by the Supreme Court of Iceland today.
The case of two men, accused in the death of their fellow prisoner in 2012, was heard before the Supreme Court of Iceland today.
The Rehearing Commission in Iceland has approved the requests of five men, or their heirs, sentenced in the Guðmundur and Geirfinnur murder cases, who asked for a rehearing.
The Rehearing Commission will reveal its ruling today about whether the decades-old criminal cases of the disappearance of Guðmundur Einarsson and Geirfinnur Einarsson should be reheard.
A trial in the case of eight people suspected of a major tax fraud begins in Reykjanes District Court today.
A solution has been reached in a custody dispute involving a five-year-old Icelandic boy, whom Norwegian child protection services had planned to send to a foster family in Norway.
A police officer at the narcotics division of the Reykjavík Metropolitan Police, charged with corruption, violation on the job and violating his duty of confidentiality, denied charges this morning.
More and more Icelandic lawyers no longer offer their services to asylum seekers, because of the latter’s inability to pay their bills.
A man, who received a five year prison sentence in June for raping a 17-year-old French girl on Hrísey island last summer, has been let out of prison.
Yesterday afternoon The Supreme Court of Iceland affirmed the guilty verdicts handed down by the Reykjavík District Court in June of last year over seven out of nine former Kaupþing bank directors.
The Supreme Court of Iceland has confirmed the acquittal of five young men, accused of gang-raping a 16-year-old girl in Reykjavík in May of 2014.
Hearings began in the Icelandic Supreme Court in the Kaupþing bank market manipulation case at 8 am today.
According to the Telegraph, Donald Trump may be brought to court for signing off a deal with Icelandic company FL Group in 2007 in order to avoid US taxes.