dpp v cash

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  • 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- 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- Anthony Barnes, [2006] IE CCA 165 (2006)

    ...Though these may have a sentimental as well as a cash value, and may in certain circumstances be important or even essential for the individual who owns them, a dwellinghouse is a higher level, legally and constitutionally, than other forms of property. ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Dunne -v- DPP, [2009] IESC 14 (2009)

    ... Court made an order restraining the Appellant ("the Director") from continuing with the prosecution of the respondent on a charge of robbery of mobile phone cards, Playstation games and IR£200 cash at an Xtravision video shop at Greenhills, Tallaght, Co Dublin. The Director appeals against the order. 2. This is yet another "missing evidence" case. The gardaí have lost or mislaid the copy of ...

  • Dunne -v- DPP, [2009] IESC 14 (2009)

    ... Court made an order restraining the Appellant ("the Director") from continuing with the prosecution of the respondent on a charge of robbery of mobile phone cards, Playstation games and IR£200 cash at an Xtravision video shop at Greenhills, Tallaght, Co Dublin. The Director appeals against the order. 2. This is yet another "missing evidence" case. The gardaí have lost or mislaid the copy of ...

  • T.D. -v- The Minister for Education & ors, [2001] IESC 101 (2001)

    ... In an affidavit sworn on the 16th June, 1998 the applicant's mother stated that he had been arrested by the guards on the 26th May, 1998 when he was found to have cash in the sum of £560.00 on him, allegedly the proceeds of drug dealing. She also stated that "Over the last number of months (he) has been arrested on a number of occasions by members of An Garda ...

  • Dunne -v- Governor of Cloverhill Prison, [2008] IEHC 21 (2008)

    ... applicant was arrested on the 5th November 2007 and subsequently charged, together with other co-accused persons that they had conspired to commit a crime punishable by law, namely, the theft of cash in an amount in excess of 900,000. They were brought before the District Court in Kilmainham on the 5th November 2007, and were subsequently remanded in custody. On the 5th November and on the 8th ...

  • Dunne -v- Governor of Cloverhill Prison, [2008] IEHC 21 (2008)

    ... applicant was arrested on the 5th November 2007 and subsequently charged, together with other co-accused persons that they had conspired to commit a crime punishable by law, namely, the theft of cash in an amount in excess of 900,000. They were brought before the District Court in Kilmainham on the 5th November 2007, and were subsequently remanded in custody. On the 5th November and on the 8th ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Michael McKevitt, [2005] IECCA 139 (2005)

    ...David Rupert confirmed he had further bankruptcy proceedings when his business ventures failed in 1984. They arose in the context of a house sale where he was paid in cash but where the purchaser moved in before the purchase monies were paid over. A local bank obtained a judgment against him in respect of an outstanding mortgage on the house and subsequently various ...

  • DPP -v- William (otherwise Billy) Keogh, [2009] IECCA 93 (2009)

    ...48 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861, and s. 2 of the Criminal Law (Rape) Act 1981, as amended. Count 2: That he stole 1,200 cash from the complainant at the same location, on the same date, contrary to s. 4 of the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001.(ii) The complainant in this case is a native of Croatia and ...

  • DPP -v- William (otherwise Billy) Keogh, [2009] IECCA 93 (2009)

    ...48 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861, and s. 2 of the Criminal Law (Rape) Act 1981, as amended. Count 2: That he stole 1,200 cash from the complainant at the same location, on the same date, contrary to s. 4 of the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001.(ii) The complainant in this case is a native of Croatia and ...

  • DPP -v- Broderick, [2006] IESC 34 (2006)

    ...Garda Byrne further stated his belief that the applicant was a member of a criminal gang which would have access to cash in the amount of bail sought. He stated that the applicant was driving a top of the range Audi TDI car. He accepted that the applicant had no history of having charges brought against and that he had ...

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

    ...The till was emptied. The mobile phones of two members of staff were taken. 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 security man at nearby premises saw the two men ...

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

    ...The till was emptied. The mobile phones of two members of staff were taken. 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 security man at nearby premises saw the two men ...

  • Whelton -v- Judge O'Leary, [2007] IEHC 460 (2007)

    ...In August, 2005, the applicant was employed at a leisure centre/amusement arcade in Cork. In particular it appears that he was employed carrying out his ordinary functions as a cashier on the 21st August, 2005. His employer identified what he believed to be a shortfall in the takings and proceeded to report the matter to the Gardaí, who commenced an investigation. As part of the ...

  • Whelton -v- Judge O'Leary, [2007] IEHC 460 (2007)

    ...In August, 2005, the applicant was employed at a leisure centre/amusement arcade in Cork. In particular it appears that he was employed carrying out his ordinary functions as a cashier on the 21st August, 2005. His employer identified what he believed to be a shortfall in the takings and proceeded to report the matter to the Gardaí, who commenced an investigation. As part of the ...

  • 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 to the value of £1,202.65 in punt (1527.05), wine ...

  • 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 to the value of £1,202.65 in punt (1527.05), wine ...

  • Ahern -v- Judge Mahon & Ors, [2008] IEHC 119 (2008)

    ...Ahern said:-"Again, I am informed by the banking expert that I have retained that there a number of combinations of Irish and Sterling which are about the same as the Irish and Sterling cash sums and I believe were received and which amount to the Irish punt value of the lodgements of 11th October." On the basis of that statement, it is said that Mr. Ahern waived Privilege to some at ...

  • Ahern -v- Judge Mahon & Ors, [2008] IEHC 119 (2008)

    ...Ahern said:-"Again, I am informed by the banking expert that I have retained that there a number of combinations of Irish and Sterling which are about the same as the Irish and Sterling cash sums and I believe were received and which amount to the Irish punt value of the lodgements of 11th October." On the basis of that statement, it is said that Mr. Ahern waived Privilege to some at ...

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

    ...At about 6.00 pm, three youths, one armed with a knife, approached the hatch and demanded money from the female attendant. 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 system in operation. A number of cameras covered ...

  • Dunne -v- Governor of Cloverhill Prison, [2008] IEHC 16 (2008)

    ... was before me established that the applicant was first arrested on the 2nd November, 2007 and was subsequently charged with conspiracy to commit a crime punishable by law, namely, the theft of cash in an amount of upwards of 900,000. The alleged co-conspirators were co-accused with the applicant. The charge of conspiracy to commit theft was preferred in accordance with a direction received from ...