dpp v cash

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  • DPP -v- Cash, [2010] IESC (2010)
  • DPP -v- Cash, [2010] IESC 1 (2010)
  • Dpp [At Suit of Detective Garda Barry Walsh] -v- Cash, [2007] IEHC 108 (2007)
  • DPP(at the suit of Detective Garda Barry Walsh) v Cash, [2007] IEHC 108 (2007)
  • Criminal Assets Bureau -v- Murphy & anor, [2018] IESC 12 (2018)

    ...Introduction. 1. The value of the property in dispute in these civil forfeiture proceedings is relatively insignificant – less than €20,000 in cash – but the litigation raises important questions. The context for those questions is that the cash, in respect of which the respondent has obtained orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act 1996, was ...

  • Hanrahan -v- District Judge Fahy & anor, [2016] IEHC 266 (2016)

    ...25. The court has been referred to the application of, inter alia, Eviston, in DPP (Conlon) v. Cash (Unreported, High Court, Ó’CaoimhJ., 7th March, 2003). However, of greater interest in the context of the facts presenting is the consideration and application of Eviston by the Supreme Court in ...

  • D. P. P. -v- O'Driscoll, [2010] IEHC 2 (2010)

    ....". 17. I was also referred by both parties to the consideration given by Charleton J. in D.P.P. v. Cash [2007] IEHC 108, as to what may constitute reasonable cause to suspect, for the purposes of a lawful arrest, at paras. 11 and 12 of his judgment, where he said as follows:. "11. Reasonable cause for ...

  • Whelan & Anor -v- MJELR & Ors, [2007] IEHC 374 (2007)

    ...Mr. Campbell was known by the second named plaintiff to have had a significant amount of cash on his person on the evening concerned. The second named plaintiff, charged with this knowledge, went home to his house, retrieved a frying pan and then proceeded to Mr. Campbell's home where he ...

  • H. S. E. -v- Judge White, [2009] IEHC 242 (2009)

    ...In support of this submission the Court was referred to dicta in X and Y v. Netherlands (1986) 8 EHRR 235; and DPP (at the suit of Walsh) v. Cash (unreported, High Court, Charleton J, 28 March 2007 and [2007] IEHC 108). 3. Submissions on behalf of the second named notice party. Summary of the Case. The submissions of the second named notice ...

  • H. S. E. -v- Judge White, [2009] IEHC 242 (2009)

    ...In support of this submission the Court was referred to dicta in X and Y v. Netherlands (1986) 8 EHRR 235; and DPP (at the suit of Walsh) v. Cash (unreported, High Court, Charleton J, 28 March 2007 and [2007] IEHC 108). 3. Submissions on behalf of the second named notice party. Summary of the Case. The submissions of the second named notice ...

  • H. S. E. -v- Judge White, [2009] IEHC 242 (2009)

    ...In support of this submission the Court was referred to dicta in X and Y v. Netherlands (1986) 8 EHRR 235; and DPP (at the suit of Walsh) v. Cash (unreported, High Court, Charleton J, 28 March 2007 and [2007] IEHC 108). 3. Submissions on behalf of the second named notice party. Summary of the Case. The submissions of the second named notice ...

  • Director of Public Prosecutions -v- Cunningham, [2014] IECCA 40 (2014)

    ...Mr. Cunningham was arrested under s. 30 of the Offences Against the State Act 1939 (as amended) and was found to be in possession of €750 in cash. Phone record evidence presented during the trial suggested numerous connections were made on the morning of the alleged offences between one of the phones found in the possession of Mr. Cunningham ...

  • Attorney General -v- Davis, [2016] IEHC 497 (2016)

    ...He was arrested outside his residence with approximately €3,500 cash in his possession and in the course of a search, he directed the Gardaí to a suitcase in his wardrobe which contained the cannabis. 87. Prof. Michael Fitzgerald in a short report dated 21st January, ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Catherine Nevin, [2010] IECCA 106 (2010)

    ...It was also material that, on the Friday of the bank holiday weekend, Tom Nevin had gone out with the view to lodging the cash he had on hand in a local bank. He drove Mrs. Nevin to her doctor’s, was delayed, and did not make it to the bank in time to make the lodgement. Mrs. Nevin had earlier gone to the bank, apparently ...

  • Cosgrave v DPP & anor, [2012] IESC 24 (2012)

    ...… 2. IR £2,000 cash between the 12th of June, 1992 and the 29th of June, 1992.’. (iv) The initiation and continuation of the prosecution of the [appellant] on Charges 21, 22, 23 and 24 alleged in Bill Number 1216/2010 ...

  • Thomas Delaney v Judge John Coughlan and others, [2012] IESC 40 (2012)

    ...These orders authorised the continued detention of cash sums which Detective Garda Maguire, the third named respondent, seized from the appellant after searches of his car and home. The orders were made pursuant to Section 20 of the Proceeds of Crime ...

  • DPP v England, [2011] IESC 16 (2011)

    ...Factual background. On the 15th May, 1998, at Dublin airport, the applicant David Anthony England was found to be in the possession of the sum of £79,960.00 in cash. A customs officer subsequently informed Mr. England that he was seizing the monies referred to pursuant to the powers vested in him by s.38 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1994. Later on the same day, ...

  • Irish Judiciary Supports Effective Enforcement Of Competition Law

    ...In effect every individual who wished to purchase for cash, a vehicle from these dealers over the period which I've mentioned were liable to be defrauded, and many surely were, by the scheme and by the practices which unashamedly this cartel operated. These ...

  • Director of Public Prosecutions -v- Hawkins, [2014] IECCA 38 (2014)

    ...In addition, an account held by the appellant jointly with another family member showed the purchase of an apartment in New York for €350,000, credit card payments of €104,000, cash withdrawals of €97,000, various other horse racing expenditure of €95,000, travel expenses of €36,000 as well as other sums paid. An analysis of the average annual credit card expenditure ...

  • DPP -v- Brian McGinley, [2013] IECCA 7 (2013)

    ...He was pushed back into the kitchen. He and his wife were made to kneel. There was shouting and roaring. The men asked: “where are the lodgements” and “where’s the cash.” They also asked: “where are the kids?” and “who’s in the house?” Mr Kilmartin said there were no lodgements: he had lodged the money earlier. They asked if there was a safe in the ...

  • H. S. E. -v- Judge White, [2009] IEHC 242

    ...In support of this submission the Court was referred to dicta in X and Y v. Netherlands (1986) 8 EHRR 235; and DPP (at the suit of Walsh) v. Cash (unreported, High Court, Charleton J, 28 March 2007 and [2007] IEHC 108). 3. Submissions on behalf of the second named notice party. Summary of the Case. The submissions of the second named notice ...

  • Kennedy -v- The Governor of Portlaoise Prison, [2017] IEHC 402 (2017)

    ...9. The District Judge fixed bail in respect of an appeal at €500 (on the applicant’s own bond) together with one independent surety in the sum of €2,500 (together with a cash lodgment of €1,000). An application to extend time to appeal against the District Court convictions was lodged with Court Services on 15th July, 2016 and the application was heard at Thurles ...

  • Criminal Assets Bureau -v- Mannion, [2018] IEHC 729 (2018)

    ...Neil Mannion (2015/15CAB), hereafter referred to as the first set of proceedings). Those funds included monies contained in bank accounts, credit cards, debit cards, gift cards, sums of cash and a substantial amount of Bitcoin. An order pursuant to s. 2 of the 1996 Act was made by Fullam J. on 12th October, 2015. A consent agreement was drawn up by the parties and Fullam J. made an order ...

  • DPP -v- Timothy (Ted) Cunningham, [2012] IECCA 64 (2012)

    ...Particulars of Offence. Timothy Cunningham between the 20th December, 2004 and the 16th February, 2005 at Farran in the County of Cork knowing or believing that property that is to say Sterling Cash to the value of £3,010,380 represented the proceeds of criminal conduct namely a robbery at the Northern Bank Cash Centre, Donegal Square West, Belfast on the 20th December, 2004 or being reckless ...

  • Cosgrave v DPP & anor, [2012] IESC 24 (2012)

    ...This corresponds precisely to the payment alleged at reference 2 on the first page of Mr. Dunlop’s statement in the 2005 Book of Evidence: a payment of £2,000 cash between the 12th June, 1992 and the 29th June, 1992. Charge 21, relates to a payment, again of an unspecified amount (“a sum of money”) but allegedly made on the 30th October, 1997 at the ...