DPP v Walsh

CourtCourt of Criminal Appeal
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4 cases
  • Kevin Braney v Ireland and the Attorney General
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 12 February 2021
    ...(DPP) v Howley [1988] 3 Frewen 130, The People (DPP) v Quilligan and O'Reilly; see the comments of Walsh J in The People (DPP) v Walsh [1989] 3 Frewen 248 whereby he discusses the distinction between arresting a person for an offence under s 30 purely to question that person as to another, ......
  • DPP v Cunningham
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 8 October 2002
    ...of matters arising after sentence Mr. O'Connell relied heavily on what he said was the case most clearly in point, DPP v. Walsh [1989] 3 Frewen 248 at page 250. In that case Finlay C.J. stated:- "There are matters set out in a statement from the Applicant and repeated and pointed out by Mr.......
  • The People (at the suit of the DPP) v AC
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 3 November 2021
    ...sharp dividing line as between factual and opinion evidence and the authorities do not establish such a line; The People (DPP) v Walsh (1989) 3 Frewen 248. A statute could draw that distinction by way of a definition or description but the section in question does 16 A working definition of......
  • DPP v Hawkins
    • Ireland
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • 7 November 2014
    ...see into the appellant’s future cannot be regarded as an error of principle by the trial judge, referring to The People (DPP) v Walsh (1989) 3 Frewen 248. In the adjudication of what the appropriate sentence was to be, Charleton J held that it was clear from the remarks of the trial judge t......

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