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Solicitor Lucey faces tribunal over €259k cash transfer

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

9th May, 2015
Helen Lucey, the coroner for north Kerry

The Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal has begun its deliberations in the case of Helen Lucey, the coroner for north Kerry, over her transfer of €259,000 from a client account to her own account in 2007.

Lucey told the tribunal the sum was part of a settlement between her and Sheila Walsh, one of the beneficiaries of an estate over which Lucey was the executor.

The relationship between Lucey and Walsh had broken down over disagreements about...

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