call for jury The Court of Appeal has upheld a murderer's conviction after www oakley com sunglasses branding his lawyers' call for the vintage oakley sunglasses jury to explain its guilty verdict as a "recipe for enormous difficulty".
Garrett O'Brien (40), from Clover Hill in Bray, Co Wicklow, had pleaded not guilty to the murder of 27 year old father of two Seamus O'Byrne at his home in Tymon North Park, Tallaght, in March 2009. He was found guilty by a jury at the Central Criminal Court and was given the mandatory life sentence by Ms Justice Iseult O'Malley on November 6, 2012. The three judge Court of Appeal dismissed O'Brien's appeal yesterday, in which his lawyers argued their client's fair trial rights were breached because the jury did not provide an explanation for its verdict. Mr Justice Alan Mahon said that, after a gunman had shot Mr O'Byrne four times outside his home, he ran blue and white oakley sunglasses off, leaving behind his gun, a Red Bull can and a mobile phone.
A Volkswagen Passat found near to the scene the following day had in it a live round of ammunition and a petrol new oakley shades can. Evidence connecting O'Brien with the crime included the Red Bull can and mobile phone. O'Brien's barrister, Feargal P Kavanagh, said the prosecution "rode two horses" by opening their case on the basis that it was a "joint enterprise" but ending up on the basis that O'Brien was the "triggerman".
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