dpp v murray

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  • Bula Holdings Ltd & Ors -v- Roche & Ors, [2008] IEHC 208 (2008)

    ...To do the latter is to enter on to some sort of hearing of the claim itself."(at p.333.)110. In the same case, Murray J. explained that, "[t]he object of [an order striking out proceedings to prevent an abuse of the process of the court from occurring] is not to protect a defendant from hardship in proceedings to ...

  • Bula Holdings Ltd & Ors -v- Roche & Ors, [2008] IEHC 208 (2008)

    ...To do the latter is to enter on to some sort of hearing of the claim itself."(at p.333.)110. In the same case, Murray J. explained that, "[t]he object of [an order striking out proceedings to prevent an abuse of the process of the court from occurring] is not to protect a defendant from hardship in proceedings to ...

  • DPP -v- Independent Newspapers, [2009] IESC 20 (2009)

    THE SUPREME COURT . 221/05. Murray C.J. Hardiman J. Geoghegan J. Fennelly J. Finnegan J. IN THE MATTER OF A CONTEMPT OF. COURT AND IN THE MATTER OF AN . APPLICATION PURSUANT TO ORDER 44. BETWEEN/. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS. ...

  • DPP -v- Fox, [2008] IESC 45 (2008)

    ...Denham J. Hardiman J. BetweenTHE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS. (AT THE SUIT OF GARDA CHERYL KELLY). PROSECUTOR/AppellantAND. ROBIN FOXDEFENDANT/RESPONDENT. JUDGMENT of Murray C.J. delivered on the 22nd day of July 2008 . This is an appeal by the D.P.P. by way of Case Stated pursuant to s. 2 of the Summary Jurisdiction Act 1857 as extended by s. 51 of the Courts ...

  • DPP -v- McKevitt, [2008] IESC 51 (2008)

    THE SUPREME COURT . Record No. 467/2006. Murray C.J. Denham J. Hardiman J. Geoghegan J. Fennelly J. IN THE MATTER OF SECTION 29 OF . THE COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1924. BETWEEN/. THE PEOPLE (AT THE SUIT OF THE . DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS). ...

  • DPP -v- Boyce, [2008] IESC 62 (2008)

    ...the circumstances of this case. 5. Facts. The facts were fully set out by the Court of Criminal Appeal in the judgment of the court delivered by Murray C.J. on the 21st December, 2005. For the purpose of this appeal, which raises matters of law, I gratefully adopt those facts, which I summarise, to explain the backdrop to the question of law ...

  • D. P. P. -v- Mc Crea, [2009] IEHC 39 (2009)

    ...He was brought to Blanchardstown Garda Station, arriving at 2.18 a.m. At 2.21 a.m. the accused was given his notice of rights and Form C72 was read over and explained to him by Garda William Murray, attached to Blanchardstown Garda Station. The accused refused to sign for his notice of rights. Garda Lavelle testified that the accused had not requested to speak to a solicitor at this stage; ...

  • D. P. P. -v- Mc Crea, [2009] IEHC 39 (2009)

    ...He was brought to Blanchardstown Garda Station, arriving at 2.18 a.m. At 2.21 a.m. the accused was given his notice of rights and Form C72 was read over and explained to him by Garda William Murray, attached to Blanchardstown Garda Station. The accused refused to sign for his notice of rights. Garda Lavelle testified that the accused had not requested to speak to a solicitor at this stage; ...

  • D. P. P. -v- Mc Crea, [2009] IEHC 39 (2009)

    ...He was brought to Blanchardstown Garda Station, arriving at 2.18 a.m. At 2.21 a.m. the accused was given his notice of rights and Form C72 was read over and explained to him by Garda William Murray, attached to Blanchardstown Garda Station. The accused refused to sign for his notice of rights. Garda Lavelle testified that the accused had not requested to speak to a solicitor at this stage; ...

  • DPP -v- Gordon Ryan, [2009] IECCA 21 (2009)

    ... of section 99 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006 the application to reactivate was governed by common law and having regard to the decision in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Alan Murray, unreported, Court of Criminal Appeal 18th March 2003 the court's discretion was limited to revoking the suspension or refusing to revoke it. The learned trial judge held that he was bound by the ...

  • DPP -v- Gordon Ryan, [2009] IECCA 21 (2009)

    ... of section 99 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006 the application to reactivate was governed by common law and having regard to the decision in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Alan Murray, unreported, Court of Criminal Appeal 18th March 2003 the court's discretion was limited to revoking the suspension or refusing to revoke it. The learned trial judge held that he was bound by the ...

  • DPP -v- Gordon Ryan, [2009] IECCA 21 (2009)

    ... of section 99 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006 the application to reactivate was governed by common law and having regard to the decision in The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Alan Murray, unreported, Court of Criminal Appeal 18th March 2003 the court's discretion was limited to revoking the suspension or refusing to revoke it. The learned trial judge held that he was bound by the ...

  • D.P.P. -v- Daniel Doherty, [2009] IECCA 17 (2009)

    ... 411, dealing with counsel's conduct of a trial: "It has already been noted that, when delivering the judgment of the court on the hearing of the second interlocutory application in this case, Murray J. said that the conduct of a trial, including steps taken preliminary to the trial by an accused's legal advisers could, in exceptional circumstances, give rise to a ground of appeal. That view is ...

  • D.P.P. -v- Daniel Doherty, [2009] IECCA 17 (2009)

    ... 411, dealing with counsel's conduct of a trial: "It has already been noted that, when delivering the judgment of the court on the hearing of the second interlocutory application in this case, Murray J. said that the conduct of a trial, including steps taken preliminary to the trial by an accused's legal advisers could, in exceptional circumstances, give rise to a ground of appeal. That view is ...

  • D.P.P. -v- Daniel Doherty, [2009] IECCA 17 (2009)

    ... 411, dealing with counsel's conduct of a trial: "It has already been noted that, when delivering the judgment of the court on the hearing of the second interlocutory application in this case, Murray J. said that the conduct of a trial, including steps taken preliminary to the trial by an accused's legal advisers could, in exceptional circumstances, give rise to a ground of appeal. That view is ...

  • Ludlow -v- DPP, [2008] IESC 54 (2008)

    THE SUPREME COURT. [S.C. No. 311 of 2005]. Murray C.J. Denham J. . Hardiman J. Between/. Denis Ludlow. Applicant/Respondent . and. The Director of Public Prosecutions. Respondent/Appellant. Judgment delivered the 31st day of July, 2008 by Denham J. ...

  • Rattigan -v- DPP, [2008] IESC 34 (2008)

    THE SUPREME COURT. Murray C.J. 353/06. Denham J. Hardiman J. Geoghegan J. Fennelly J. Between:BRIAN RATTIGAN Appellant/Applicantand. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS Respondent. JUDGMENT of Mr. Justice Hardiman delivered ...

  • G. -v- District Judge Murphy & Ors, [2011] IEHC 445 (2011)

    ...42. This principle also emerges from the judgment of Murray C.J. in Carmody where he said ([2010] 1 I.R. 635 at 667-668):-. “….the substance of the appellant’s claim is that he has no right to apply for criminal legal aid in a District Court trial which ...

  • DPP -v- Joseph O'Reilly, [2009] IECCA 18 (2009)

    THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL186/07. Murray C.J. Murphy J. . McCarthy J. . BETWEEN . THE PEOPLE AT THE SUIT OF. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS. RESPONDENT . AND . JOSEPH O'REILLY . APPLICANT . JUDGMENT of the Court delivered by Murray ...

  • DPP -v- Joseph O'Reilly, [2009] IECCA 18 (2009)

    THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL186/07. Murray C.J. Murphy J. . McCarthy J. . BETWEEN . THE PEOPLE AT THE SUIT OF. THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS. RESPONDENT . AND . JOSEPH O'REILLY . APPLICANT . JUDGMENT of the Court delivered by Murray ...

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

    THE SUPREME COURT. Murray C.J. Appeal No. 405/2004 . Denham J. Hardiman J. Between. Veronica Noonan. (aka Veronica Hoban)[Applicant / Appellant]-v-. The Director of Public Prosecutions[RESPONDENT / defendant]. JUDGMENT ...

  • DPP -v- Timothy Kavanagh, [2009] IECCA 29 (2009)

    ...14. The issue raised at trial was this: in essence, Mr. Reddin said that he had been asked to go in and speak to the appellant by Inspector Pat Murray. His evidence was that he and his wife had gone to the Garda station to see their daughter. They were treated courteously. His evidence continued as follows:-"I was in there about five minutes, and ...

  • DPP -v- Timothy Kavanagh, [2009] IECCA 29 (2009)

    ...14. The issue raised at trial was this: in essence, Mr. Reddin said that he had been asked to go in and speak to the appellant by Inspector Pat Murray. His evidence was that he and his wife had gone to the Garda station to see their daughter. They were treated courteously. His evidence continued as follows:-"I was in there about five minutes, and ...

  • DPP -v- Timothy Kavanagh, [2009] IECCA 29 (2009)

    ...14. The issue raised at trial was this: in essence, Mr. Reddin said that he had been asked to go in and speak to the appellant by Inspector Pat Murray. His evidence was that he and his wife had gone to the Garda station to see their daughter. They were treated courteously. His evidence continued as follows:-"I was in there about five minutes, and ...

  • Reade -v- District Judge Reilly & DPP, [2009] IESC 66 (2009)