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# Director Of Public Prosecution

Last year
# Donegal
Anti-vaccination campaigner will not face charges over death of Covid patient Joe McCarron
McCarron, 67, died at Letterkenny University Hospital days after he was assisted in leaving against medical advice.
All time
Opinion: It was wrong to prosecute a 68-year-old Dublin woman for growing cannabis
Dr Cian Ó Concubhair and Dr Ian Marder say the DPP and Gardaí need a more common-sense approach in their application of certain drug laws.
# Courts
Rapist Patrick Nevin appeals severity of 14-year sentence, DPP counter appeals
Nevin attacked three women he met through Tinder.
# Wikileaks
Assange hails 'important victory' after Sweden drops rape investigation
“The road is far from over. The war, the proper war, is just commencing.”
# Travel Expenses
Family Support Agency board member overclaimed €40k in expenses
“Obviously, in hindsight, it was wrong, there is no question about that,” Richard Hickey said.
# Banking Inquiry
David Drumm's statement to the Banking Inquiry will NOT be published - yet
The DPP raised the concerns this morning.
# West Cork
Ian Bailey describes moment when garda 'Cracker' "scrutinised" him in local shop
Bailey is suing the State for wrongful arrest over the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.
# cartels
Competition Authority received over two dozen allegations of illegal cartels in 2010
Cartels typically involve a number of businesses conspiring to make consumers pay more for goods and services.
# Banks
Lenihan: Files being prepared for DPP in banks inquiry
Fine Gael TD Leo Varadkar has said that the banks have “done more damage to the economy than the IRA”.