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  • O'C -v- Governor Curragh Prison, [2001] IESC 68 (2001)

    THE SUPREME COURTKeane C.J. 72/00 Denham J. Murphy J. Murray J. Hardiman J. IN THE MATTER OF AN INQUIRY UNDER ARTICLE 40.4 (ii) OF THE CONSTITUTION Between:S.O.C Applicantand. THE GOVERNOR OF CURRAGH PRISON Respondentand. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Michael Boyce, [2005] IE CCA 143 (2005)

    THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL. Murray C.J. Lavan J. White J. 56/01. THE PEOPLE OF THE SUIT OF . THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS-v-. MICHAEL BOYCEApplicantJudgment of the Court delivered the 21st day of December, 2005 by . Murray C.J. ...

  • W -v- DPP, [2004] IESC 48 (2004)

    THE SUPREME COURTMurray C.J. Fennelly J. McCracken J. 106/02. T.W.Appellant / Applicant. -v-. The Director of Public Prosecutions Respondent. Judgment of Murray C.J. delivered on the 28th day of July, 2004. The appellant in these proceedings is the subject of two separate prosecutions brought against him for the alleged commission in the 1970's of sexual ...

  • M. -v- Ireland & Ors, [2007] IEHC 280 (2007)

    ...186 of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1876 and provided a new penalty for customs offences, was challenged. The judgment of the Supreme Court rejecting that challenge was delivered by Murray C.J. Geoghegan J. delivered a separate judgment on the contentions made by the State parties in all three cases, which had commenced by way of applications for judicial review, that the judicial ...

  • K -v- Dpp, [2007] IEHC 45 (2007)

    ...I am satisfied therefore that the complainant delay involved from 1995 to October, 2004 is adequately explained and excused. The following passage from the judgment of Murray C.J. in the H case is of considerable relevance to this case;"There is no doubt that difficulties arise in defending a case many years after an event. However, the courts may not legislate, the ...

  • M M -v- Dpp, [2005] IEHC 204 (2005)

    ...There are real risks of miscarriages of justice. Already convictions have been set aside in very perturbing circumstances¬Ö" In addition she cites Murray J. in the same case, where he stated: "I have already acknowledged above that the right of the State to proceed with the prosecution in cases where there has been a long delay since the time of the ...

  • O'Brien -v- The Special Criminal Court & Anor, [2007] IESC 45 (2007)

    JUDGMENT BY: Fennelly J. THE SUPREME COURT[SC No. 349/2005]Murray C.J. Denham J. Fennelly J. BETWEENBARRY O'BRIENAppellantAnd. THE SPECIAL CRIMINAL COURT and . THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONSRespondents. JUDGMENT delivered on the 24th day of October, 2007 by ...

  • Breslin & ors -v- McKenna & ors, [2008] IESC 43 (2008)

    THE SUPREME COURT . Appeal No. 110/2008. Murray C.J. Hardiman J. Geoghegan J. BETWEEN/. MARK CHRISTOPHER BRESLIN, CATHERINA. ANNE GALLAGHER, MICHAEL JAMES GALLAGHER,. AUDREY MARTHA MOONEY, CAROLINE FAITH MARTIN,. EDMUND WILLIAM GIBSON, ELIZABETH ...

  • Breslin & ors -v- McKenna & ors, [2008] IESC 43 (2008)

    THE SUPREME COURT . Appeal No. 110/2008. Murray C.J. Hardiman J. Geoghegan J. BETWEEN/. MARK CHRISTOPHER BRESLIN, CATHERINA. ANNE GALLAGHER, MICHAEL JAMES GALLAGHER,. AUDREY MARTHA MOONEY, CAROLINE FAITH MARTIN,. EDMUND WILLIAM GIBSON, ELIZABETH ...

  • DPP -v- Kelly, [2006] IESC 20 (2006)

    THE SUPREME COURT. Record No. 418/2005. Murray C.J. Denham J. Geoghegan J. Fennelly J. Kearns J. BETWEEN/. THE PEOPLE AT THE SUIT OF THE. DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS. Respondent. and. MARTIN KELLY. Appellant. JUDGMENT of Mr. Justice Geoghegan ...

  • M.G. -v- DPP, [2007] IESC 4 (2007)

    THE SUPREME COURT No. 039/2003. Murray C.J. Hardiman J. Fennelly J. BETWEENM G Plaintiff/Appellantand. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS Respondent/Defendant. JUDGMENT of MR JUSTICE FENNELLY delivered on the 30th day of January, 2007. ...

  • D.P.P. -v- Kelly, [2007] IEHC 450 (2007)

    ...In the course of his judgment, Murray C.J. made the following remarks: "The rule of law that costs normally follow the event, that the successful party to proceedings should not have to pay the costs of those proceedings which should be ...

  • D.P.P. -v- Kelly, [2007] IEHC 450 (2007)

    ...In the course of his judgment, Murray C.J. made the following remarks: "The rule of law that costs normally follow the event, that the successful party to proceedings should not have to pay the costs of those proceedings which should be ...

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

    ...The Court is further satisfied that the practice adopted by the prosecution in this case has received express approval from this Court in the judgment delivered by Murray C.J. in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v. Joseph O'Reilly (Unreported, CCA, 6th March, 2009). The Court therefore rejects this ground of appeal. 3. DIRECTION APPLICATION / ...

  • D. P. P. -v- O'Sullivan, [2008] IEHC 442 (2008)

    ...Turning to the principles as set out in Dunne v. Clinton, Murray J. stated at p. 378:-. "Although the defendant in the present proceedings was not arrested on a criminal charge for the purposes of being brought before a court he was arrested and deprived of his ...

  • K.R. -v- D.P.P. and P.R. -v- D.P.P., [2006] IESC 59 (2006)

    ...v. Director of Public Prosecutions (Unreported, Supreme Court, 5th April, 2006) judgment of Kearns J., with whom Murray C.J., Denham J., Hardiman J. and Geoghegan J. agreed. Therefore this aspect of the appeal must fail. 15 Process delay . K.R. also raised the issue of process delay. However, the facts of this case do ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Derek Long, [2008] IECCA 133 (2008)

    ...27 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1977, as amended, provided for a minimum sentence on the basis of the value, rather than the nature, of the substance. Further, as pointed out by Murray C.J. in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v. McGinty [2007] 1 I.R. 635 (at p.637):-"There is no doubt that the possession of illegal drugs for the purpose of sale or supply, particularly ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Derek Long, [2008] IECCA 133 (2008)

    ...27 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1977, as amended, provided for a minimum sentence on the basis of the value, rather than the nature, of the substance. Further, as pointed out by Murray C.J. in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v. McGinty [2007] 1 I.R. 635 (at p.637):-"There is no doubt that the possession of illegal drugs for the purpose of sale or supply, particularly ...

  • D. P. P. -v- McC & D, [2007] IESC 47 (2007)

    THE SUPREME COURT. Murray C.J. Denham J. Geoghegan J. Kearns J. Finnegan J[365/2005]. BETWEEN . THE PEOPLE (AT THE SUIT OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS). RESPONDENT. ANDR. McC. (1st APPELLANT)AND. C. D. (2ndAPPELLANT). ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Christopher O'Callaghan, [2005] IE CCA 72 (2005)

    THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL. Murray C.J. O'Neill J. Gilligan J. 156/02. BETWEENTHE PEOPLE AT THE SUIT OF . THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONSRESPONDENT. AND. CHRISTOPHER O'CALLAGHANAPPLICANT. JUDGMENT of the Court delivered the 12th ...

  • T. -v- D.P.P., [2007] IEHC 309 (2007)

    ...That is something which too, can be taken into account. In H. v. Director of Public Prosecutions at pp. 27 to 28 of his judgment, Murray C.J. says:"The issue of the multiplicity of the complaints was also an aspect of the applicant's case. It was submitted on behalf of the applicant that the multiplicity of complainants, and ...

  • McCowan -v- DPP & ors, [2004] IESC 18 (2004)

    THE SUPREME COURT. 43/2003. Murray J. Hardiman J. McCracken J. Between:. Darren McCowan. Applicant/Appellant. AND. The Director of Public Prosecutions and. The Judges for the Circuit of the County of the City of Dublin. Respondents. ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Mark Desmond, [2004] IE CCA 46 (2004)

    ... in possession of the firearms and on 12th June 2000 he was released from detention under section 30 and was immediately rearrested and charged with the murder of Darren Carey and Patrick Murray, and on the same date was remanded in custody by the District Court pending his trial on the murder charges. At that stage he was not charged with any firearms offences. On 21st May 2001 a book of ...

  • DPP -v- Kelly, [2006] IESC 20 (2006)

    THE SUPREME COURT No. 418/05. Murray C.J. . Denham J. Geoghegan J. . Fennelly J. Kearns J. THE PEOPLE AT THE SUIT OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS. v. MARTIN KELLY Appellant. JUDGMENT of MR JUSTICE FENNELLY delivered on the 4th ...

  • Murray -v- Her Honour Judge Jacqueline Linnane & anor, [2005] IESC 25 (2005)