Graham Dwyer trial jury ask to see certain exhibits

The jury has asked to view certain exhibits as they resume their deliberations in the Graham Dwyer trial for the murder of Elaine O'Hara.

Graham Dwyer trial jury ask to see certain exhibits

The jury has asked to view certain exhibits as they resume their deliberations in the Graham Dwyer trial for the murder of Elaine O'Hara.

The architect from Kerrymount Close, Foxrock, denies stabbing the childcare worker to death at Killakee in August 2012.

The jury resumed its deliberations at 11.04am this morning having spent almost one and half hours considering a verdict yesterday.

They have asked to view exhibits including knives recovered from the basement of Graham Dwyer's workplace, A&D Wejchert's, knives found in Vartry reservoir, a rucksack, a runner and a spade.

Then just before 12.30 they requested to see tracksuit bottoms , a vest, a hoodie, and a bondage mask.

They also asked for a letter Graham Dwyer's son sent to his father, but they were told that while it was referred to in evidence, it was not an exhibit in the case.

The foreman of the jury also gave a note to the judge, Mr Justice Tony Hunt, asking: "Should my name have appeared in the paper?"

The judge said he will get back to him on that.

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