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Kelleher to appeal against legal ruling of US court

US Attorney’s Office argued Irish property developer and lawyer showed “disrespect for this court and the American justice system in general”

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

23rd April, 2017
Garrett Kelleher

The property developer Garrett Kelleher and the Irish- Canadian lawyer Martin Kenney are preparing their appeals in a US court after losing a bid to dismiss a charge of criminal contempt.

Judge Paul S Diamond denied the duo's motion for dismissal last week after the US Attorney’s Office argued that they had showed “disrespect for this court and the American justice system in general”.

Kenney, who described the rejection of the...

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