I was disappointed to hear that the jury in the Michael Lynn trial was unable to reach a decision in his theft case. The Judge had told the jury that he would accept a majority verdict of 10 to 2 but the jury foreman told the Judge that they were unable to reach a decision,… Continue reading The Michael Lynn trial outcome-why could jury not reach a verdict?
I have been keeping a close eye on the trial of Michael Lynn, former solicitor, who is accused of theft of approximately €27m from various lending institutions. Closing speeches commenced yesterday and I think they are to be completed today. Then it will be up to the jury as to whether he will be convicted… Continue reading The Michael Lynn (solicitor) theft case
I am keeping an eye on the media reports about the Michael Lynn trial in the criminal courts going on at the moment. Lynn is a former solicitor, now struck off, who is accused of the theft of approximately €27 million from various banks. He was heavily involved in property development and investment at the… Continue reading A valuable reminder from the Michael Lynn €27m theft trial about cross-examination
Michael Lynn, a former solicitor, is facing criminal charges of theft of over €30m. The case is expected to commence in the coming week and to last for 12 to 14 weeks. Lynn had a High Court application for an adjournment dismissed last week. He has had a number of legal teams representing him and… Continue reading A tale of two solicitors-Michael Lynn theft/fraud trial to commence next week￼