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Judgment
Title:
Nash -v- Director of Public Prosecutions
Neutral Citation:
[2015] IESC 32
Supreme Court Record Number:
22 & 24/2013
High Court Record Number:
2010 351 JR
Date of Delivery:
01/29/2015
Court:
Supreme Court
Composition of Court:
Denham C.J., Hardiman J., O'Donnell Donal J., Clarke J., Charleton J
Judgment by:
O'Donnell Donal J.
Status:
Approved
Result:
Dismiss
Judgments by
Link to Judgment
Concurring
Hardiman J.
Denham C.J.
O'Donnell Donal J.
Denham C.J.
Clarke J.
Denham C.J.
Charleton J.
Denham C.J.



THE SUPREME COURT


Appeal No: 222/2013 &

24/2013


Denham C.J.
Hardiman J.
O’Donnell J.
Clarke J.
Charleton J.

      Between/

Mark Nash
Applicant/Appellant


and


The Director of Public Prosecutions
Respondent

Judgment of Mr Justice O’Donnell delivered on the 29th day of January 2015

1 I agree with my colleagues that this appeal should be dismissed. Furthermore, I agree with much of what is said in the judgments of Hardiman, Clarke and Charleton JJ some of which address matters of more general application. However, I am not in a position to express concluded agreement with everything said in any one of the judgments, nor am I convinced that it would be useful or desirable to offer a fourth view as to more general matters which, it follows, need not be determined in order to resolve this case. I would accordingly reserve my consideration of those issues for a case in which any difference of emphasis between the respective judgments might lead in the particular case to a different result.











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