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Judge grants adjournment to FitzPatrick trial

Trial to begin on May 25, 2016

30th August, 2015
Seán FitzPatrick

Former Anglo chief Seán FitzPatrick’s bid to permanently prevent his criminal trial from proceeding was dismissed by the High Court yesterday.

Mr Justice Michael Moriarty ruled that the trial should be adjourned to May 25 of next year because of high volumes of adverse media coverage of FitzPatrick.

FitzPatrick (66) is facing a number of charges before the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court including making a misleading, false or deceptive statement to auditors...

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