Letter to Republic of Ireland Law Society
(Dated March 12th 2003)

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Sent by: William Finnerty <billyfinnerty1945@hotmail.com>

To: Mr James Hamilton (Irish Director of Public Prosecutions <dppwebmaster@indigo.ie>, Mr Michael McDowell (Irish Justice Minister) <pagemaster@justice.irlgov.ie>,
Mr Pat Byrne (Irish Chief of Police) <comstaff@iol.ie>

CC: <information@amnesty.org.uk>, <info@amnesty.iol.ie>, UK Department of Social Security Minister (Mr. Andrew Smith) <andrewsmith.mp@virgin.net>, European Union Court of Justice <info@curia.eu.int>, Mr David Lowe <dlowe@europarl.eu.int>, Republic of Ireland Lawyer <gearoidgeraghty@fair-murtagh.ie>, < info@liberty-human-rights.org.uk>, Joseph Rowntree Foundation <info@jrf.org.uk)>, <justice@oneworld.net>, <Nicola.Kidd@LawSociety.org.uk>, UK MP Mr Paul Marsden <marsdenp@parliament.uk>, EU Chairman of Committee on Petitions (Mr Gemelli) <eboaretto@europarl.eu.int>, UK Citizens Advice Bureaux Headquarters <nicola.simpson@nacab.org.uk>, Irish Police (Western Region) <agswr@iol.ie>, London Police <commissioner@met.police.uk>, Shrewsbury Law Firm <scottlister@btclick.com>, Transparency International (Germany) <ti@transparency.org>, <winchestercab@care4free.net>

Subject: European Parliament Petition 809/2001

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 15:52:12 +0000

The Officer in Charge
The Law Society of Ireland
Blackhall Place
Dublin 7
Republic of Ireland

Dear Sir or Madam,

Re: Legal help relating to European Parliament Petition 809/2001 issues.

In response to a request for help from the UK Law Society, I have been advised that I need to make contact with your office.

The text of the e-mail I received from the UK Law Society (dated March 7th 2003) can be seen at the following Internet page address:

The general nature of the set of problems (which are connected with European Parliament Petition 809/2001) I seek legal help with has been outlined in my e-mail to the UK Law Society dated March 6th 2003. The text can be seen at:

Please note that I have sought help from your office on two earlier occasions, and that to date I have not received any reply. For further information regarding my earlier correspondence to your office please see Paragraph 3 of Section E of my letter dated September 21st 2002 to the Republic of Ireland Director of Public Prosecutions Mr James Hamilton. The text of the letter in question can be seen at:

Later today I will send a printed (and signed) copy of this letter to you which I will address as follows:

The Officer in Charge
The Law Society of Ireland
Blackhall Place
Dublin 7
Republic of Ireland

I have not been able to find any e-mail address for your office. Consequently, I am sending this e-mail to Mr James Hamilton (Irish Director of Public Prosecutions), Mr Michael McDowell (Irish Justice Minister), and to Mr Pat Byrne (Irish Chief of Police): in the hope that one or other of these people will forward a copy to you.

Sometime within the coming 24 hours, I also intend to place a copy of the text of this e-mail at the following page location:

I would be very grateful if you could send your reply to this letter to both of my following two e-mail addresses please:
wfinnerty@eircom.net  and  billyfinnerty1945@hotmail.com

Of the several problems involved in Petition 809/2001, the one I most urgently need legal help with relates to the warrant for my arrest which was issued in the Republic of Ireland on October 9th 2002. Additional information regarding this particular problem can be seen at the Internet page location provided in paragraph 3 above.

Please note that I have had some correspondence regarding the warrant for my arrest with Mr Gearoid Geraghty (Lawyer based in Ballinasloe). However, I have not received any reply from Mr Geraghty to the last letter I sent to him on January 13th 2003; and, as a consequence, I assume that he is unable to provide me with any further help. The text of the letter in question to Mr Geraghty can be seen at:

Thanking you in anticipation of your help.


Mr William Finnerty.

Web Site 1:  http://www.finnachta.com/
Web Site 2:  http://homepage.eircom.net/~williamfinnerty/


The reply from the Law Society of Ireland to the above e-mail can be seen at:



 Royal Mail receipt for letter posted to the Law Society of Ireland on March 12th 2003:

Front of receipt:


Back of receipt:











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