- Devenney admitted gathering details of "crypto material" - programmes used to encrypt secret information - which could be useful to an enemy.
- He was charged with collecting information for a purpose prejudicial to the safety or interests of the State between November 18 2011 and March 7 2012.
- The submariner admitted a charge of misconduct in a public office in relation to meeting two people whom he thought were from the Russian secret service and discussing information relating to the movement of nuclear submarines.
- He denied a second count of communicating information to another person and this will not be pursued by prosecutors.
A submariner has been jailed for eight years for trying to disclose the secret movements of British nuclear submarines to "Russian spies".
Submariner Edward Devenney has admitted collecting top secret naval codes before meeting two men he believed were Russian spies