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Former Anglo exec Tiarnan O'Mahoney to be retried, Court of Appeal rules

Defence argues retrial would have been unfair on 56-year-old

12th April, 2016

The Court of Appeal has ordered that former Anglo Irish Bank executive Tiarnan O'Mahoney is to be retried.

The 56-year-old was released from prison last month following a successful appeal against his conviction for conspiring to falsify bank records and defraud the Revenue Commissioners.

Barrister Brendan Grehan, acting for O'Mahoney, argued that a retrial would be unfair given the antiquity of the charges – which date back to 2003 – and the 9 months he...

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