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Theft charge solicitor was struck off

A Dublin solicitor due to stand trial on theft and fraud charges had already been struck off by the High Court.

26th February, 2012

A Dublin solicitor due to stand trial on theft and fraud charges had already been struck off by the High Court.

David O'Shea, 45, of Parkmore Drive, Terenure, Dublin, had previously been found guilty of misconduct by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.

According to a report in this month's Law Society Gazette, O'Shea, formerly of O'Donnell Solicitors, Capel Street, Dublin, caused a €273,439 deficit on the client account. He also misapplied €278,900 and misappropriated €40,500 from the...

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