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IrelandAvoid media reports, jury told in Ana Kriegel trial

07:35  15 june  2019
07:35  15 june  2019 Source:   independent.ie

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury retires for day after 30 minutes of deliberations

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury retires for day after 30 minutes of deliberations Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury retires for day after 30 minutes of deliberations , a jury in the trial of two boys accused of murdering Ana Kriegel has retired for the day and will resume in the morning. In his closing address to the jury, Mr Justice Paul McDermott said this was an "unusual case" , involving two juveniles accused of the murder of another, who was only 14 years old. He said the jury must "clinically" and "forensically" examine the evidence.

A jury in the trial of two boys accused of murdering Ana Kriegel has been sent home for the weekend and told to avoid any media coverage of the case. The jury will resume its deliberations on Monday at 10am having so far deliberated for over seven hours. On Friday, the jury requested to see videos of

Ana Kriegel murder trial : Jury retires for day after 30 minutes of deliberations , a jury in the trial of two boys accused of murdering Ana Kriegel has retired for the day and will resume in the morning. In his closing address to the jury , Mr Justice Paul McDermott said this was an "unusual case"

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A jury in the trial of two boys accused of murdering Ana Kriegel has been sent home for the weekend and told to avoid any media coverage of the case.

The jury will resume its deliberations on Monday at 10am having so far deliberated for over seven hours.

On Friday, the jury requested to see videos of Boy B's interviews with gardaí.

Those videos and a laptop on which to play them was provided to the jurors.

The jury returned to court just before 3pm yesterday (Friday) when the judge sent them home for the weekend.

The jurors asked the judge if they could be provided with a larger screen for watching the videos on Monday.

Jury in Ana Kriegel trial to resume deliberations this morning

Jury in Ana Kriegel trial to resume deliberations this morning The jury is expected to continue its deliberations at 10am.

Jury in Ana Kriegel trial to resume deliberations this morning. The jury is expected to continue its deliberations at 10am. If you disable all cookies it will affect your ability to use our Services. Avoid media reports , jury told in Ana Kriegel trial .

Mr Grehan told the jury it was the prosecution's case that there was "no innocent explanation" that could explain away these facts other than Boy The trial continues before Mr Justice Paul McDermott and a jury of eight men and four women. Avoid media reports , jury told in Ana Kriegel trial .

Avoid media reports, jury told in Ana Kriegel trial © Independent Ana Kriegel

Mr Justice Paul McDermott said he would address that.

Judge McDermott warned jurors not to speak to anyone about the trial.

He also told them to ignore any media coverage about the trial over the weekend, saying it was of no relevance to them.

The two accused, who were aged 13 at the time, have pleaded not guilty before the Central Criminal Court to the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriegel at Glenwood House, Laraghcon, Clonee Road in Lucan on May 14, 2018.

The first accused, known as Boy A, has also denied a charge of aggravated sexual assault.

Avoid media reports, jury told in Ana Kriegel trial © Independent Ana Kriegel

The jury was sent out to consider its verdict on Wednesday. So far, it has been deliberating for seven hours and 15 minutes.

Ana was last seen by her father leaving her home in the company of Boy B, around 5pm on the day she disappeared, and heading towards the park.

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury to resume deliberations tomorrow

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury to resume deliberations tomorrow Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury to resume deliberations tomorrow

Ana Kriegel murder trial : Jurors told they cannot speculate or make up theories about the evidence . Ana Kriegel murder trial : Jury retires for day after 30 minutes of deliberations , a jury in the trial of two boys accused of murdering Ana Kriegel has Avoid media reports , jury told in Ana Kriegel

Jury retires to consider verdicts in Ana Kriegel murder trial . This is the seventh week of the trial . MORE NEWS: Meet the doctor who helped The jury in the trial of two teenagers for the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriégel has been sent home for the day and will resume deliberations in the morning.

It is the prosecution's case that Boy B "lured" Ana to the derelict house and watched as the other boy sexually assaulted and murdered her.

In his closing speech to the jury, prosecutor Brendan Grehan SC said there was an "overwhelming forensic case" against Boy A.

He said the evidence in relation to Boy A pointed in only one way - he was at the scene, he was there when Ana was bleeding, his DNA was on her neck and his semen was on her top.

The case against Boy B was different, and relied on "what came out of his own mouth" in his interviews with gardaí, Mr Grehan added.

In his closing, Patrick Gageby SC, for Boy A, asked the jury to consider if there was "any solid or real evidence" of his client's intention to kill or his intention to kill Ana Kriegel.

In his closing speech, Damien Colgan SC, for Boy B, said the prosecution case was the two boys planned this together and Boy B collected Ana and brought her to Boy A who then did "untold things" to her.

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury requests to see videos of Boy B's interviews with gardai

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury requests to see videos of Boy B's interviews with gardai Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury requests to see videos of Boy B's interviews with gardai . Those videos and a laptop on which to play them has now been provided to jurors. The two co-accused have pleaded not guilty before the Central Criminal Court to murdering 14-year-old Ana Kriegel at Glenwood House, Laraghcon, Clonee Road in Lucan on May 14, 2018. The first accused, known as Boy A, has also denied a charge of aggravated sexual assault.

The jury in the trial of two teenagers for the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriégel has been sent home for the day and will resume deliberations in the morning. The judge outlined the legal principles to the jurors and summarised the evidence for them. He told them they had a large amount of evidence to

Ana Kriegel murder trial : Jurors told they cannot speculate or make up theories about the evidence . Mr Justice Paul McDermott said the jury could rely on lies told by the teenagers as evidence of guilt, but only if the prosecution had established, beyond a reasonable doubt

However, Mr Colgan said this theory did not hold water. There was "no plan" and Boy B had "no knowledge", he said.

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