Anglo officials' Revenue trial: Closing statements today

Anglo officials' Revenue trial: Closing statements today

The trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank officials accused of defrauding Revenue will hear further closing statements today.

Former chief operating officer 56-year-old Tiarnan O'Mahoney from Glen Pines, Enniskerry in Co Wicklow; former company secretary 67-year-old Bernard Daly of Collins Avenue West, Whitehall in Dublin and former assistant manager Aoife Maguire, aged 62, with an address at Rothe Abbey, South Circular Road, Kilmainham in Dublin have all pleaded not guilty to seven counts at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.

The court heard closing statements from Tiarnan O'Mahoney's senior counsel on Friday and the jury is expected to be sent out to consider a verdict tomorrow.

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