Grealish, Noel

Wednesday, 28 June 2006

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 622 No. 78

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Order of Business.

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 19 be agreed to.”
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Criminal Justice Bill 2004: Report Stage (Resumed).

Amendment put.
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Amendment put.
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Criminal Law (Home Defence) Bill 2006: Second Stage (Resumed).

I thank my party colleague, Deputy Parlon, and my good friend from Tallaght, Deputy O’Connor, for sharing their time with me. I appreciate the opportunity to contribute to this important debate and co...More Button

A quick glance at the legislative response proposed by Senator Morrissey and the Fine Gael effort might lead one to think they are so similar as to make no difference, but one would be wrong. Closer e...More Button

A closer look shows that reasonableness is a trademark of Senator Morrissey’s Bill but is shockingly absent from Fine Gael’s sorry attempt. As the Minister said last night, the latter suffers from the...More Button

Gate-crashing a party certainly creates a nuisance, but it is not a crime. If Fine Gael has its way, a gate-crasher can technically be considered a trespasser on premises and anyone using force agains...More Button

As the Minister pointed out, removing the issue of retreat in the context of someone who commits an act of criminal trespass with the intent to commit a serious offence, as Senator Morrissey’s Bill pr...More Button

Fine Gael could have taken the Senator’s reasonable text and presented it to the Minister, instead of developing an unreasonable text. It could not even get that right.More Button

Fine Gael’s sorry performance has been exposed enough. In light of the legislative issues that the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform detailed last night, he has suggested a six-month perio...More Button

Amendment put.
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Question put: “That the motion, as amended, be agreed to.”
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Criminal Justice Bill 2004: Report Stage (Resumed).

Question put: “That the words proposed to be deleted stand.”
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Question put: “That the words proposed to be deleted stand.”
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Question put.
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