Barrister ejected from Bray District Court following fracas

Gardaí are to send a file to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) following an incident last week in which a barrister was forcibly removed from court.

8th October, 2011

Gardaí are to send a file to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) following an incident last week in which a barrister was forcibly removed from court.

Alan Toal refused to sit down when ordered to do so by District Judge Murrough Connellan in Bray District Court. Toal said he had the right to represent his client, who had been excluded from the court.

When the court garda attempted to remove Toal, the barrister...

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