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Reasons offered to extend time for judicial review are not good and sufficient

By: Ciaran Joyce BL

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Court of Appeal dismisses appeal of High Court refusal to extend time for leave for judicial review and judicial review of criminal Circuit Court orders convicting the appellant of road traffic charges, finding that: a) there was no error on the part of the High Court judge; and b) none of the reasons to extend time for judicial review provided by the appellant reach the threshold of cogency and seriousness required to constitute the good and sufficient reasons required by the Rules of Court.

Criminal law – appeal of High Court refusal to extend time for leave for judicial review and judicial review of criminal Circuit Court orders convicting the appellant of road traffic charges – judicial review – Order 84, Rule 21 – there was no error on the part of the High Court Judge – appeal dismissed.

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