dpp v buck

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  • D.P.P. -v- Anthony Buck, [2002] IESC 23 (2002)
  • Buck -v- The Governor of Portlaoise Prison, [2016] IEHC 402 (2016)
  • Oates -v- District Judge Browne & another, [2016] IESC 7 (2016)

    ...158; O’Malley The Criminal Process (Thomson Reuters, Dublin 2009) p.710, par. 18.30 and Hefffernan and Ní Raifeartaigh Evidence in Criminal Trials, (Dublin, 2014) p. 671, 674 and 688; DPP v. Buck [2014] IECCA 45 approves A.G. v. Durnan [1934] I.R. 540 which in turn approved R. v. Naylor, cited in Sandes, supra. Most of the foregoing are general points, applying to criminal cases generally. ...

  • DPP -v- McCrea, [2010] IESC 60 (2010)

    ...In circumstances where a person is detained in consequence of an arrest, it has been long established that he is entitled to consult with a lawyer. In D.P.P. v. Buck [2002] 2 IR 268 where Keane C.J. said, at p.281:. “It would seem in any event to be a logical corollary of the statement of law by this Court in The Emergency Powers Bill 1976 [1977] IR 159, i.e. ...

  • D. P. P. -v- Mc Crea, [2009] IEHC 39 (2009)

    ... for a "causative link" between the breach of a right of access and evidence obtained by the State was rendered a moot issue by the decision of the Supreme Court in The People (D.P.P.) v Buck [2002] 2 IR 268 where it was held that the effect of a breach of the right of reasonable access to a solicitor is to render the detention of the person detained unlawful. In his judgment in that case ...

  • D. P. P. -v- Mc Crea, [2009] IEHC 39 (2009)

    ... for a "causative link" between the breach of a right of access and evidence obtained by the State was rendered a moot issue by the decision of the Supreme Court in The People (D.P.P.) v Buck [2002] 2 IR 268 where it was held that the effect of a breach of the right of reasonable access to a solicitor is to render the detention of the person detained unlawful. In his judgment in that case ...

  • D. P. P. -v- Mc Crea, [2009] IEHC 39 (2009)

    ... for a "causative link" between the breach of a right of access and evidence obtained by the State was rendered a moot issue by the decision of the Supreme Court in The People (D.P.P.) v Buck [2002] 2 IR 268 where it was held that the effect of a breach of the right of reasonable access to a solicitor is to render the detention of the person detained unlawful. In his judgment in that case ...

  • O'Brien -v- DPP, [2005] IESC 29 (2005)

    ...The case that comes nearest to the present case is DPP v. Buck [2002] 2 IR 268. In that case, as in the present case, there was a very considerable delay between the request for a solicitor and the arrival of a solicitor. However, there were two important ...

  • Director of Public Prosecutions -v- Gormley, Director of Public Prosecutions -v- White, [2014] IESC 17 (2014)

    ...5.3 This Court returned to the issue of reasonable access to a lawyer in People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268, where it was necessary to consider the position of an accused who was arrested on a Sunday. Difficulties were encountered in procuring a legal advisor for the accused. He was ...

  • DPP -v- Glen Creed, [2009] IECCA 95 (2009)

    ...in The People v. Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268, a later decision of the Supreme Court contained in the judgment of McCracken J. in The People v. O'Brien [2005] 2 I.R. 206 and what is probably the most recent relevant decision ...

  • D.P.P.-v- A.D., [2008] IECCA 101 (2008)

    ...In Director of Public Prosecutions v Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268 the defendant was in detention under section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 and requested a solicitor. It proved difficult to procure the services of a solicitor but one ...

  • Ward -v- Minister for Justice & Ors, [2007] IEHC 39 (2007)

    ...For example if one looks at the case of The People (D.P.P) v. Buck [2002] 2 I.R.268 which was referred to by the respondents it was held that in the case of a person in custody who had been subjected to questioning by a Garda after he had requested the presence of ...

  • DPP -v- Glen Creed, [2009] IECCA 95 (2009)

    ...in The People v. Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268, a later decision of the Supreme Court contained in the judgment of McCracken J. in The People v. O'Brien [2005] 2 I.R. 206 and what is probably the most recent relevant decision ...

  • DPP -v- Raymond Gormley, [2009] IECCA 86 (2009)

    ...The respondent relies upon the decision of this court in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268. It was there held that where a person in custody requests a solicitor and makes an incriminating statement prior to the arrival of the solicitor then that statement will be ...

  • DPP -v- Raymond Gormley, [2009] IECCA 86 (2009)

    ...The respondent relies upon the decision of this court in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268. It was there held that where a person in custody requests a solicitor and makes an incriminating statement prior to the arrival of the solicitor then that statement will be ...

  • D.P.P.-v- A.D., [2008] IECCA 101 (2008)

    ...In Director of Public Prosecutions v Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268 the defendant was in detention under section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 and requested a solicitor. It proved difficult to procure the services of a solicitor but one ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Jonathan Ducque, [2005] IE CCA 92 (2005)

    ... that this was one of the largest amount of drugs involved in a case that he had ever been asked to deal with and that the applicant had been "motivated entirely by the opportunity to make a fast buck". The court has been referred to three reserved judgments of this court. It would seem desirable to deal with each chronologically and extract the principles which appear to emerge from them. Having ...

  • DPP -v- Raymond Gormley, [2009] IECCA 86

    ...The respondent relies upon the decision of this court in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268. It was there held that where a person in custody requests a solicitor and makes an incriminating statement prior to the arrival of the solicitor then that statement will be ...

  • DPP -v- Glen Creed, [2009] IECCA 95

    ...in The People v. Buck [2002] 2 I.R. 268, a later decision of the Supreme Court contained in the judgment of McCracken J. in The People v. O'Brien [2005] 2 I.R. 206 and what is probably the most recent relevant decision ...