dpp v cash

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  • Cooper-Flynn -v- RTE & ors, [2004] IESC 27 (2004)

    ...App. Rep. 172 concerned a prosecution for falsification of accounts and forgery of the manageress and cashier of a women's clothing shop. Sales dockets were put to the accused in cross-examination, without calling the employees who prepared them as part of the prosecution case. Winn L.J. speaking for the ...

  • Shortt -v- Commissioner of an Garda Siochana & Anor, [2005] IEHC 311 (2005)

    ...This was made on foot of a certificate of the Plaintiff's architect that expenditure of IR£154,000 had been incurred. Of that IR£154,000 some IR£100,000 was spent in cash and the remainder was represented by extended credit from suppliers. Some suppliers were eventually paid out of the receivership. Special damages are being claimed under four headings:. (1) Loss of ...

  • Mulheir & Anor -v- Gannon p/a Claffey Gannon Solicitors, [2006] IEHC 274 (2006)

    ...No. 701 of 2004). That provision permits an application for the delivery by a solicitor to an applicant client or former client of a cash account, or the payment of monies or securities, which the respondent solicitor has or had in his custody or control, to be made to the President of the High Court by notice of motion. As the ...

  • Mc Donagh -v- Governor of Cloverhill Prison, [2005] IESC 4 (2005)

    ... identity and address, that his wife had brought his passport to court which he was willing to surrender and that he was willing to sign on at his local Garda Station on a daily basis and make a cash lodgment. Judge Coughlan refused bail stating that 'this is an ongoing feud' and that the test in relation to bail is 'whether the man is going to go out and murder someone?' Judge Coughlan further ...

  • Osbourne -v- Minister for Justice & Ors, [2006] IEHC 117 (2006)

    ...They had climbed a drain pipe and left rear open window. They took 20 cash and a silver gent's watch. One of the culprits fits the description of Robert Merrigan." 5.5 The Peace Commissioner also gave evidence that then Sergeant Hogan had supplied additional information on ...

  • Bupa Ireland Limited -v- Health Insurance Authority & Ors, [2005] IEHC 291 (2005)

    ...In practice this is achieved by the insurer with the better risk profile, making cash transfers to the insurer, whose insured population has a higher risk profile with the differences in such profiles being measured by what is called the "market equalisation percentage" (MEP). In ...

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

    ...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 ...

  • Scully -v- D.J. Crowley & anor, [2001] IESC 41 (2001)

    ... in prison, disqualified from driving for two years, endorse particulars of the conviction of (sic) the applicant's licence, and in the event of an appeal the applicant to furnish a £500.00 cash surety; . (2) in relation to the charge of failing to give appropriate information under section 106 of the Road Traffic Act, to 60 hours community service or six months in prison, disqualified from ...

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

    ...") were also instituted by plenary summons dated the 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 accounts of Freezone Investments Limited, a company ...