dpp v cash

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  • Izundu -v- Judge Nolan & Anor, [2014] IEHC 361 (2014)

    ...Clearly in the disposal of the cash proceeds of drug trafficking, other offences such as money laundering may arise and can be investigated and prosecuted when and as appropriate. What the State cannot do is seek to use the ...

  • DPP -v- Jason Kavanagh, Mark Farrelly & Christopher Corcoran, [2012] IECCA 65 (2012)

    ...On the morning of the 14th March, 2005, Paul Richardson went to work and, under duress and in accordance with instructions, enabled a drop-off of €2.28 million in cash at the car park of the Angler’s Rest Pub, County Dublin. Marie, Kevin and Ian Richardson were left tied up in Cloon Wood. However they managed to release themselves, and obtained assistance. 5. On ...

  • DPP -v- Barry O'Brien, [2012] IECCA 68 (2012)

    ...This material was gathered by the Gardaí into evidence bags. In addition, however, the officer deputed to search the upstairs bedrooms, Detective Garda Martin, found a sizeable sum of cash (€5,850) in an upstairs bedroom which Mr. O’Brien claimed, this matter having been put to him by the investigating Gardaí, represented a mortgage payment. At all events, Mr. O’Brien was ...

  • CRH Plc, Irish Cement Ltd & ors -v- The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, [2017] IESC 34 (2017)

    ...A police officer entering a home occupied by a suspected drug dealer will immediately see what is relevant; the scales, the powder, the paraphernalia of dealing, the wads of cash. The intrusion involved in walking into a home is justified. The breach of privacy in seizing a mobile phone is necessitated by the search. Possibly, as well, it may be necessary to copy a computer ...

  • Director of Public Prosecutions -v- Gleeson, [2018] IESC 53 (2018)

    ...Similarly, guns pointed at customers in a bank raid that result in tellers handing out cash to robbers means that their conduct could in no sense be regarded by any reasonable standard as theft. One does not become a party to a crime by being coerced into a crime through being overborne by ...

  • DPP -v- David Timmons, [2013] IECCA 5 (2013)

    ...It cannot be ignored that the amount of drugs involved in the offence was almost some €600,000 worth of cocaine, a large amount of cash, and a well orchestrated delivery system. 20. A number of matters were pleaded in mitigation. These included (a) the applicant’s age; (b) his family background; (c) the effect that a custodial ...

  • Director of Public Prosecutions v Forsey, [2018] IESC 55 (2018)

    ...The entire family flew to Rome on the 25th August, 2006, and returned on the 28th August, 2006. Ms. Forsey testified that she noticed at the airport that her husband had a large amount of cash. When in Rome, she asked him where this money had come from. He told her that Michael Ryan had lodged €30,000 into his bank account, and that he had to get Michael Ryan’s lands rezoned. He told ...

  • An Taise- The National Trust for Ireland v McTigue Quarries Ltd & ors, [2018] IESC 54 (2018)

    ... ambiguity remains, even though conditions were laid down for the removal of certain temporary buildings which had been placed on the site; that McTigue was to lodge with Galway County Council a cash deposit as security for satisfactory restoration work; and also to pay a contribution of €25,000 to Galway County Council in respect of improvement works to the local public road network in the ...

  • DPP -v- Frank Ward, [2011] IECCA 31 (2011)

    ...Particulars of offence. Frank Ward, on 6th October 2003 at the Goat Grill Public House Car Park, Goatstown, Dublin 14 in the County of the City of Dublin, did rob Charlie Chawke of cash and cheques to the value of €48,652.00 approximately. Possession of a firearm with intent to resist arrest contrary to section 27(b) of the Firearms Act 1964 as inserted by section 9 of the ...

  • Fyffes Plc v DCC Plc & Ors, [2005] IEHC 477 (2005)

    ...(iv) the loan was repayable at the end of the term, or earlier in certain circumstances, including the disposal by Lotus Green of all its assets for cash. The loan agreement also provided that the provisions as to repayment of the loan would be subordinate to rights of all other creditors of Lotus Green (other than creditors with subordinated rights). ...

  • D.P.P.-v- M.K., [2005] IE CCA 93 (2005)

    ...They say that there may be a totally innocent explanation as to why the cash was in the house. You are invited then to speculate as to what the perfectly innocent explanation may be. You have had no evidence from the accused insofar as that is concerned. There is no contest ...

  • DPP -v- Tyndall, [2005] IESC 28 (2005)

    ... April, 1999, (i) he did have with him a firearm namely a Smith and Weston air pistol of 6mm calibre with the intent to commit the indictable offence of robbery; (ii) robbed one James Mahon of cash to the value of £450; (iii) intentionally or recklessly caused serious injury to James Mahon. The applicant pleaded not guilty on all counts and on 21st February, 2001 his trial commenced in the ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Brian Kearney, [2009] IECCA 112 (2009)

    ...In written submissions, it was further contended on behalf of the respondent that the fact that the diary was kept concealed, together with the deceased's passport and some cash, was relevant to illustrate just how seriously the deceased was treating the separation issue. The same submissions outline not merely that the diary was relevant to show that the marriage was not a ...

  • Banking Update, October 2013

    ... to tax crimes; promote high standards for anti-money laundering by going beyond the FATF requirements in bringing within its scope all persons dealing in goods or providing services for cash payment of €7,500 or more, as there have been indications from certain stakeholders that the current €15,000 threshold was not sufficient; and strengthen the cooperation between the different ...

  • Lynch -v- O'Toole, Lynch -v- Attorney General and anor, Attorney General -v- Lynch, [2003] IESC 44 (2003)

    ...After the case had been remanded he asked the Detective Garda for the return of his mobile phone and a sum of cash which had been taken from him. He was told to contact the guard at Harcourt Terrace Garda Station. He did this by phone a few days later. He was first told that he could collect the items at the ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Desmond Dundon & Others, [2007] IECCA 64 (2007)

    ...A sum of cash in excess of 5000 euro was also found on his person in May, 2001. In relation to the murder of Eddie Ryan, the material also included various statements taken from a Mr Paul Coffey who alleged that ...

  • Cormack -v- DPP & ors & Farrell -v- DPP, [2008] IESC 63 (2008)

    ...He says that when he arrived at the Garda Station he was told there were two bench warrants in the system in respect of him. He was arrested and brought to court. Bail was set which required a cash lodgement and he was detained overnight before being released on bail the following day. He appeared in court on 27th April, 2005 and was remanded on bail to Cloverhill on 25th May, 2005. On that ...

  • Cormack -v- DPP & ors & Farrell -v- DPP, [2008] IESC 63 (2008)

    ...He says that when he arrived at the Garda Station he was told there were two bench warrants in the system in respect of him. He was arrested and brought to court. Bail was set which required a cash lodgement and he was detained overnight before being released on bail the following day. He appeared in court on 27th April, 2005 and was remanded on bail to Cloverhill on 25th May, 2005. On that ...

  • Treasury Holdings & Ors -v- NAMA & Ors, [2012] IEHC 66 (2012)

    ...c) Enforcement and recovery - exercising rights under the loan contracts, such as vesting, sale or enforcement of guarantees, with a view to enhancing NAMA cashflows relative to what could be expected under the loan agreement itself. . . .”. 25. Paragraph 3, under the heading “Key Principles”, sets out, inter alia:. “3.2 Debtors will be treated in a ...

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

    ...I should mention in passing that this Court is aware of the very thought provoking judgment of Mr Justice Charleton in the case of The Director of Public Prosecutions v Cash [2007] IEHC 108, in which the learned judge, while acknowledging that Kenny's case represents the current law, and that he must apply it, has conducted a most thorough and comprehensive review of the ...

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

    ...I should mention in passing that this Court is aware of the very thought provoking judgment of Mr Justice Charleton in the case of The Director of Public Prosecutions v Cash [2007] IEHC 108, in which the learned judge, while acknowledging that Kenny's case represents the current law, and that he must apply it, has conducted a most thorough and comprehensive review of the ...

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

    ...I should mention in passing that this Court is aware of the very thought provoking judgment of Mr Justice Charleton in the case of The Director of Public Prosecutions v Cash [2007] IEHC 108, in which the learned judge, while acknowledging that Kenny's case represents the current law, and that he must apply it, has conducted a most thorough and comprehensive review of the ...

  • D.P.P. -v- George Redmond, [2004] IECCA 15 (2004)

    ...Both counts arose from the one incident in was alleged by the prosecution that one Brendan Fassnidge gave £10,000.00 in cash to the applicant in or about the month of March of 1988 in return for assistance in the purchase of a right of way. The applicant was convicted by majority of 10:2 and was sentenced to 12 months ...

  • D. P. P. -v- Duffy & Anor, [2009] IEHC 208 (2009)

    ...(c) That the retained profit C/F was 1,765,000 in 2007 and 1,497,000 in 2008,. (d) That the stock figure for both accounting periods was similar,. (e) That the cash available, in hand or in the bank, dropped by 1,000,000 to 227,170 in 2008, and. (f) That the net current assets fell from 1,398,000 in 2007 to 143,000 in 2008. 16. A few further points about the ...