May 102016
 May 10, 2016  Posted by  Court, Healthcare, Non-U.S.

Ruaidhri Giblin reports:

A dangerous driver’s constitutional right to privacy over a report into his blood-alcohol levels was “defeated by the overriding public interest” to investigate suspected serious crime, the Court of Appeal has stated.

Michael Harty (31), of St Mary’s Terrace, Askeaton, Co Limerick, had pleaded not guilty at Limerick Circuit Criminal Court to dangerous driving causing the deaths of Maurice Hartnett (61) and his wife Margaret (59) at Ardtomin, Askeaton on the evening of July 29th, 2009.

Irish Times.

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