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

    ...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 ...

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

    ...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 ...

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

    ... 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

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

    ...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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • P.L. -v- DPP & anor, [2004] IESC 110 (2004)

    ...The only significant witness for the prosecution, a business man, said that he had given the defendant £10,000 in cash on a date in 1988. He stated categorically that he had withdrawn the money from his account in a particular suburban branch of a named bank on the ...

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

    ... 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 ...

  • Freeman -v- Director of Public Prosecutions & ors, [2014] IEHC 68 (2014)

    ... were ultimately tied up and locked in a firearms safe and the armed gang made off with 42 assorted firearms, the family car and some €800 in cash. Following an intensive garda investigation a number of people were arrested and some of the stolen firearms were recovered. The applicant herein was ...

  • DPP -v- Wayne Wallace, [2007] IECCA 4 (2007)

    ...PARTICULARS OF OFFENCE . Wayne Wallace on the 3rd day of December, 2001, at Value Centre Cash and Carry, Castle Road, Dundalk, in the County of Louth, robbed one Owen Short of cash the amount of £40,438.26 in punt (51,346), electrical goods ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Kim Kavanagh, [2008] IECCA 100 (2008)

    ...The purses of two customers were taken. The value of drugs taken was 950 and the amount of cash taken 720. Two members of staff and two customers were forced into a staff toilet at the rear of the premises. The two men then made their escape. A ...

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

    ... 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 ...

  • D.P.P.- v- Michael Tanner, [2006] IECCA 151 (2006)

    ...Denise Finzer, the complex manager. In renting the space, the applicant used a false name and always paid cash, renewing the rental in September, January and April in consecutive rental periods extending into 2004. The applicant was clearly identified as the ...

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

    ... 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 ...

  • Dunne -v- D.P.P., [2002] IESC 27 (2002)

    ...She handed over some £300 cash and cigarettes and the culprits made their escape. This was but one of a number of similar incidents at the premises. There was a video surveillance ...

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

    ... 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Brian Willoughby, [2005] IECCA 4 (2005)

    ...Redmond had been tried and convicted on two counts of corruption arising from an alleged payment to him by one Brendan Fassnidge of £10,000 in cash in return for assistance in the purpose of a right of way. Fassnidge alleged he had procured the £10,000 from the Bank of Ireland in Blanchardstown ...

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

    ...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 ...

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

    ...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 ...

  • Cork County Council -v- Shackleton, [2007] IEHC 241 (2007)

    ... only means which remain for satisfying the social and affordable housing obligations of Glenkerrin in this case is by the provision of units or cash". 3.2 Having noted that neither side any longer suggested that cash was an appropriate means of dealing with those obligations (save again for a ...

  • Banking Update, October 2013

    ... 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 ...

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

    ... 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 ...