dpp v cash

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  • District Court (Amendment) Rules 2016.
  • 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 ...

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

    ... 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 ...

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

    ... 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 ...

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

    ...) 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 ...

  • Noonan (aka Hoban) -v- DPP, [2007] IESC 34 (2007)

    ... discrepancy, but the field officer of the Irish League of Credit Unions indicated that it was not possible to establish when and in what amounts cash had been misappropriated. Reference was made to statements of Mr. Paul Thornton, Mr. Tony Burke and Mr. Ciaran Bishop, all of whom were attached to ...

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  • DPP -v- Gilligan, [2005] IESC 78 (2005)

    ...The witnesses whose evidence established this fact, Jennifer Fitzpatrick, John O'Sullivan, Vivienne O'Byrne, Dermot Murphy and Michael Cashman, never saw the contents of the cartons and had no reason to believe they were other than 'spare parts'. Their evidence also established that the ...

  • 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 ...

  • Maher & ors. -v- Minister for Agriculture, Food & Rural Development & ors, [2001] IESC 32 (2001)

    ...The first applicant in an affidavit said that he was the owner of 130 acres of land in Cashel, Co. Tipperary and that there was a milk quota attached to the lands which amounted to approximately 28,170 gallons. He said that as a result of ...

  • Desmond -v- Times Newspapers Ltd & Ors, [2009] IEHC 271 (2009)

    ... 29th April, 1998, and arise out two articles published in the Sunday Times Newspapers on the 11th January, 1998, under the headlines "Telecom cash paid Haughey's boat bill" and "Just good friends"'. The first article related to the sum of approximately IR£75,000, which was paid from the ...

  • Desmond -v- Times Newspapers Ltd & Ors, [2009] IEHC 271 (2009)

    ... 29th April, 1998, and arise out two articles published in the Sunday Times Newspapers on the 11th January, 1998, under the headlines "Telecom cash paid Haughey's boat bill" and "Just good friends"'. The first article related to the sum of approximately IR£75,000, which was paid from the ...

  • Desmond -v- Times Newspapers Ltd & Ors, [2009] IEHC 271 (2009)

    ... 29th April, 1998, and arise out two articles published in the Sunday Times Newspapers on the 11th January, 1998, under the headlines "Telecom cash paid Haughey's boat bill" and "Just good friends"'. The first article related to the sum of approximately IR£75,000, which was paid from the ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Dunne -v- The Governor of Cloverhill Prison, [2009] IESC 11 (2009)

    ... the applicant was arrested and charged, together with other co-accused, of conspiring to commit a crime punishable by law, namely, the theft of cash in an amount of upwards of 900,000. The applicant was detained in custody and subsequently brought before the District Court in Kilmainham on 5th ...

  • Dunne -v- The Governor of Cloverhill Prison, [2009] IESC 11 (2009)

    ... the applicant was arrested and charged, together with other co-accused, of conspiring to commit a crime punishable by law, namely, the theft of cash in an amount of upwards of 900,000. The applicant was detained in custody and subsequently brought before the District Court in Kilmainham on 5th ...

  • Kelly v DPP & Anor, [2005] IEHC 185 (2005)

    ... the applicant had lent his car to Francis O'Reilly in order to collect an assignment of illicit jeans for which the applicant intended to pay in cash. A large sum of cash was found in the applicant's possession. Francis O'Reilly accepted his involvement in drug dealing. He stated. that he was ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Joseph Fee, [2006] IECCA 102 (2006)

    ...There the Applicant requested Terence Cassidy to purchase sugar. The Applicant and Terence Cassidy drove to a Cash and Carry outlet where several bags of icing sugar were purchased. Terence Cassidy put the charges for the sugar on an account which he had at that ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Mark Doyle, [2004] IECCA 5 (2004)

    ...He was arrested after a struggle and found to have 2,225.00 in cash in the white plastic bag. He was further charged in Bill DU1008/02 with a robbery at the Dundrum branch of the Educational Building Society on the ...

  • McK -v- D, [2004] IESC 31 (2004)

    ...He said that the appellant had been arrested in 1992 in possession of £300,000 sterling worth of drugs, as well as firearms and about £12,000 cash. He had also been convicted of interfering with a jury who were trying a serious organised criminal group. The plaintiff considered him to be a ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Andrew Dermody, [2006] IECCA 164 (2006)

    ...He pointed out that the defendant had paid, in cash or by incurring debt, 18,000 for the drugs in question here. Turning to the effect of a plea of guilty, Mr. Greene said that a plea of guilty was a ...