THE SOLICITORS Disciplinary Tribunal has said it is “extremely disappointed” that no action appeared to have been taken by the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to three cases of suspected fraud referred to him by the President of the High Court at the tribunal’s request.
“The papers furnished by the Law Society are usually prepared with the assistance of forensic accountants and particularise in detail, with the appropriate back-up documents, the allegations of fraud. One would have thought it would be relatively easy for the Director of Public Prosecutions and/or the Garda Síochána to take the matter from there,” he said, adding that nothing appeared to have happened
Solicitors group dismayed at DPP stance on cases - The Irish Times - Tue, Oct 19, 2010
Jeez even their own body thinks the evidence against them is damning!!!
Solicitors appear to get away with murder (figuratively speaking)here why?
How many have been caught recently defrauding their customers and being allowed to still practice.
Any idea whats going on ?