State may need to explain delays

first_imgEmail Facebook Advertisement NewsLocal NewsState may need to explain delaysBy admin – December 3, 2011 538 Previous articleSOS from Clonlara flood victims to save further disasterNext articleReport spotlights safety concerns of communities admin WhatsAppcenter_img Twitter THE book of evidence relating to a man charged with the possession of drugs at an address on the Hyde Road is not ready according to gardai who told Limerick District Court that needed more time to prepare it. 27-year-old Liam Casey was charged on October 6 last with the alleged possession of €46,000 worth of BZP tablets at an earlier date. The matter was mentioned before Judge Gerard Haughton last week when Mr Casey appeared via video link from Limerick Prison. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The matter was adjourned until December 8 next for when Liam Casey will appear via video link.An application by his solicitor to have the matter marked peremptory was refused, however Judge Haughton did say that it was getting “close to the stage when the State would have to explain any delays in the case”. Print Linkedinlast_img

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