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CHASE CASE M50 car chase accused Gemma Greene sent forward for trial as she’s pictured outside court with roll and can of coke

Gemma Greene, 24, was charged with pursuing a Mercedes from Ballymun to Bray on March 1st.
On-line clips of the incident

Afraid to drive on the M50 at Junctions 4 and 9, Ms Greene of Bunratty Road, Coolock, Dublin, was charged with two offences of dangerous driving.

NEW CHARGE

In April, she was charged with deliberately endangering another’s life at the motorway’s Junction 9 northbound.

If convicted, the punishment is seven years.

The same event resulted in 11 counts of reckless driving and one case of attempted criminal damage by hurling an object from the automobile during the pursuit.

The DPP ordered her to stand trial on indictment, Dublin District Court heard.

COURT UP

A higher court with harsher punishment authority will hear the case.

In April, she was ordered to stay at her home address, sign on daily at Coolock garda station, not drive, be sober in public, and keep away of Ballymun.

NORMALIZATIONS

But she outwitted them. On behalf of his client, Ms Greene appeared in District Court today.

The prosecution gave her a book of evidence.

In response to the DPP’s request, Judge Conal Gibbons sent Ms Greene to the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. She hasn’t stated her plea yet and stayed silent during today’s hearing.

Ms Greene’s next hearing is scheduled for July 30, Judge Gibbons said.

NORMALIZATIONS

But she outwitted them. On behalf of his client, Ms Greene appeared in District Court today.

The prosecution gave her a book of evidence.

In response to the DPP’s request, Judge Conal Gibbons sent Ms Greene to the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. She hasn’t stated her plea yet and stayed silent during today’s hearing.

Ms Greene’s next hearing is scheduled for July 30, Judge Gibbons said.