DPP seeks jury exemptions in Jobstown Seven/Burton case

Seven people are due to go on trial next month in connection with alleged false imprisonment

2nd April, 2017
Paul Murphy speaking outside the criminal court

The DPP has asked that anyone who has expressed a view on water charges in any public forum, including online, be excluded from the jury in the trial of seven people for the alleged false imprisonment of former tánaiste Joan Burton.

Seven people, including Solidarity TD Paul Murphy, are due to go on trial next month in connection with the alleged false imprisonment of Burton and her assistant at a protest in Jobstown,...

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