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  • Director of Public Prosecutions -v- Gleeson, [2018] IESC 53 (2018)

    ...On this, see generally Attorney-General v Murray [1926] IR 266, R v Lawrence [1982] AC 510 per Lord Hailsham LC, Coonan and Foley - The Judge’s Charge in Criminal Trials (Dublin, 2008) chapter 2, ...

  • DPP v Mahon, [2019] IESC 24 (2019)

    ...In the Adam Keane case, Murray CJ endorsed the careful review of previous sentencing decisions for the purpose of determining the factors to be considered in sentencing a person ...

  • AM -v- Health Service Executive, [2019] IESC 3 (2019)

    ...Speaking for this Court in G McG, Murray J. explained, at pages 26 and 27 of the report:. “The concept of inherent jurisdiction necessarily depends on a distinction between jurisdiction ...

  • Murphy -v- DPP, [2009] IESC 53 (2009)

    THE SUPREME COURT . 336/07. Murray C.J. Hardiman J. Geoghegan J. Fennelly J. Finnegan J. BETWEEN/. COLM MURPHY. Applicant/Appellant. and . THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS,. IRELAND ...

  • Murphy -v- DPP, [2009] IESC 53 (2009)

    THE SUPREME COURT . 336/07. Murray C.J. Hardiman J. Geoghegan J. Fennelly J. Finnegan J. BETWEEN/. COLM MURPHY. Applicant/Appellant. and . THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS,. IRELAND ...

  • DPP -v- Michael Byrne, [2012] IECCA 72 (2012)

    THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL[No. 117/10 CCA]. Murray J. Hanna J. Hogan J. BETWEEN/. THE PEOPLE (AT THE SUIT OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS)PROSECUTOR/RESPONDENTAND. MICHAEL BYRNEAPPELLANT. ...

  • DPP -v- Timothy (Ted) Cunningham, [2012] IECCA 64 (2012)

    ...had no appeal extant. That, he says, is itself, a sufficient distinction. He relies in particular on the judgment of Murray C.J. in A. at p.143 under the heading “The General Principle”, as follows:. “In a criminal prosecution where the State relies in good faith on ...

  • Director of Public Prosecutions -v- M, [2018] IESC 21 (2018)

    ...That was confirmed in Murray v. United Kingdom (1996) 22 EHRR 29, although the Court made it clear that the right to silence was not absolute and that it could in some ...

  • W. -v- W., [2009] IEHC 542 (2009)

    ... the point of view of judicial experience, it is as well to remind myself, as juries might also be warned in criminal trials of this kind, that Murray C.J. in S.H. v. D.P.P., [2006] 3 I.R. 575 at 618 accepted that delay characterises the response of those who were sexually abused but who, at the ...

  • Berry -v- Judge Mc Carthy & Anor, [2008] IEHC 97 (2008)

    ...Murray C.J. in H. v. D.P.P. (Unreported, Supreme Court, 31st July, 2006) visited the issue of delay and prejudice and stated:-"…the Court is satisfied that ...

  • Berry -v- Judge Mc Carthy & Anor, [2008] IEHC 97 (2008)

    ...Murray C.J. in H. v. D.P.P. (Unreported, Supreme Court, 31st July, 2006) visited the issue of delay and prejudice and stated:-"…the Court is satisfied that ...

  • D. -v- D. P. P., [2009] IEHC 48 (2009)

    ...81. The test to be applied is that outlined by Murray C. J. in S.H. v. D.P.P.[2006] 3 I.R. 575, that is, whether having regard to all the circumstances the delay has resulted in prejudice to an accused ...

  • D. -v- D. P. P., [2009] IEHC 48 (2009)

    ...81. The test to be applied is that outlined by Murray C. J. in S.H. v. D.P.P.[2006] 3 I.R. 575, that is, whether having regard to all the circumstances the delay has resulted in prejudice to an accused ...

  • D. -v- D. P. P., [2009] IEHC 48 (2009)

    ...81. The test to be applied is that outlined by Murray C. J. in S.H. v. D.P.P.[2006] 3 I.R. 575, that is, whether having regard to all the circumstances the delay has resulted in prejudice to an accused ...

  • M.D. (Minor) v Ireland AG & DPP, [2012] IESC 10 (2012)

    THE SUPREME COURT[Appeal No: 176/2010]. Denham C.J. . Murray J. Hardiman J. Fennelly J. Macken J. Between/. M.D. (A Minor suing by his Mother and Next Friend S.D.)Plaintiff/Appellant. And. Ireland, the Attorney ...

  • DPP -v- McCrea, [2010] IESC 60 (2010)

    THE SUPREME COURT. Murray C.J. 82/09. Hardiman J. Fennelly J. Macken J. Finnegan J. IN THE MATTER OF SECTION 2 OF THE SUMMARY JURISDICTION ACT, 1857, AS EXTENDED BY SECTION 51 ...

  • PM -v- DPP, [2006] IESC 22 (2006)

    THE SUPREME COURT Murray C.J. Denham J. Hardiman J. Geoghegan J. Kearns J. [S.C. No. 265 of 2004]. BETWEEN. PMAPPLICANTAND. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC ...

  • DPP -v- McDonagh, [2008] IESC 57 (2008)

    ...While Murray C.J. was in dissent on the main issue in D.P.P. v. Moorehouse he analysed the Act at pp.431-432 as follows:-. "It is quite obvious from an ...

  • DPP -v- McDonagh, [2008] IESC 57 (2008)

    ...While Murray C.J. was in dissent on the main issue in D.P.P. v. Moorehouse he analysed the Act at pp.431-432 as follows:-. "It is quite obvious from an ...

  • Farrell -v- D.P.P., [2008] IEHC 27 (2008)

    ...Prejudice of this kind was considered in P.M. v. The DPP [2006] IESC 22. Kearns J., who delivered the principal judgment (with which Murray C.J., Denham J. and Hardiman J. all concurred) stated as follows:-" In a nutshell, therefore, the appellants sole point on the appeal is to invite ...

  • Attorney General -v- Davis, [2016] IEHC 497 (2016)

    ...In delivering the judgment of the court Murray CJ. stated:. “35. There is no doubt that the operation of the process for surrender as envisaged by the Act of 2003, as amended, is subject to ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Martin Stafford, [2008] IECCA 15 (2008)

    ...As it so happens, a new judgment of this court has since been delivered on the same theme by Murray C.J. sitting with Charleton J. and Irvine J. in DPP v. Keane on 19th December 2007. The Central Criminal Court judgment of Charleton J. contains at ...

  • D.P.P.-v- Martin Stafford, [2008] IECCA 15 (2008)

    ...As it so happens, a new judgment of this court has since been delivered on the same theme by Murray C.J. sitting with Charleton J. and Irvine J. in DPP v. Keane on 19th December 2007. The Central Criminal Court judgment of Charleton J. contains at ...

  • Director of Public Prosecutions -v- Foley, [2014] IESC 2 (2014)

    THE SUPREME COURTAppeal No: 530/2012. Denham C.J. Murray J. Hardiman J. O’Donnell J. MacMenamin J. Between/. The People at the suit of the Director of Public Prosecutions. Respondentand. Anthony ...

  • D.P.P.-v- John McLaughlin, [2005] IE CCA 91 (2005)

    ...to an "established jurisprudence" which would justify adopting the course he did, Murray J. (as he then was) stated as follows in D.P.P. v. C (at p.6):-"Even though such a practice may very well have been extant in some courts in respect ...