A journalist and radio station have been fined for broadcasting the name of one of the boys convicted of Ana Kriegel's murder.
Irish Daily Mirror Crime Editor Niall O'Connor has been fined €2,500 while Cork's Red FM has to pay €10,000 for contempt of court.
The court heard Boy A was named twice during a live interview with Neil Prendeville on June 19th - a day after the guilty verdicts.
Lawyers for the radio station told the court there was an immediate realisation a mistake had been made.
Mr O'Connor apologised saying "my brain just slipped", adding "there was no way I intended to do this".
Red FM CEO Diarmuid O'Leary told the court they have now reinstalled a 'dump' button, which allows a delay when broadcasting live material.
Mr Justice McDermott said the error has to be taken extremely seriously and was in breach of the 2001 Children Act and the court's own orders.