Collopy brothers granted free legal aid

first_imgKieran Collopy leaving court following his arrest in connection with the seizure of €50,000 worth of heroin in LimerickAndrew Carey [email protected] Limerick brothers charged in connection with a €50,000 heroin haul at a house in St Mary’s Park have been granted free legal aid. Brian Collopy (43) of Killonan, Ballysimon and Kieran Collopy (40) of St Ita’s Street, St Mary’s Park are charged with possession of herion for sale or supply on December 15. There had been a Garda objection to Kieran Collopy being granted free legal aid on the basis that he “traveled abroad frequently and had access to substantial means”. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up However, after both men submitted statements of means, legal aid was granted and the case adjourned to March 8 for service of the book of evidence. Both men were remanded in continuing custody to that date. Linkedin Email WhatsApp Print Advertisementcenter_img NewsCollopy brothers granted free legal aidBy Staff Reporter – February 25, 2016 561 Facebook Twitter Previous articleDamages award for Limerick boy who was in two crashesNext article#Limerick man aims to twin pubs around the world Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ielast_img

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