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Courts disrupted by Dublin floods

All jury trials are not going ahead today while there is disruption to District Court cases, among others.

COURTS IN DUBLIN have been disrupted by the torrential rain which has left parts of the capital flooded.

As a result of the floods, all District Court custody cases, including defendants who are in garda custody, will be dealth with at Cloverhill Courthouse today.

All District Court Cases from the Criminals Courts of Justice (CCJ), where defendants are not in custody, will be mentioned in Bridewell Courts, Chancery Street, and will be remanded back to the original court room in the CCJ for 8 November.

All Circuit Court cases in the CCJ today will be dealt with in court 27 of the Four Courts.

Central, Special and Court of Criminal Appeal cases will all be dealt with in the Hugh Kennedy Court in the Four Courts.

The Court Services also says that no jury trials are going ahead today and advises that jurors should not attend.

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