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Now the Court of Appeal has quashed two of those convictions after Winter claimed his lawyer failed to defend him properly.
"As it was not a proper committal the charges will have to be quashed and matters take a different course," said Mr Cooke.
The bench had also quashed the private complaints filed against Chidambaram's kin by the IT department, before the Economic Offence Wing (EOW) court in Egmore.
They added that the convictions for robbery with violence and attempted robbery were quashed and the sentences set aside.
'The court quashed his PSA early last week and we were expecting his release soon.
The motion stated that the prevailing rule on quashed or nullified Information or charge sheet stays quashed unless revived, citing a Supreme Court 2009 decision in the case of Ariel M.
In the package given to TDs, it was claimed 36,839 speeding tickets, 3,270 mobile phone tickets, 1,200 careless driving tickets, 1,871 seat belt tickets and 943 red light tickets were quashed for off-duty gardai, family and friends.
Mr Justice Collins, sitting at London's High Court, quashed the order after ruling, "There is no reasonable suspicion."
He was released on licence in 1998, when his case was being considered by the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), and his conviction was quashed by the Court of Appeal in February 2003.
He agreed that the couple's convictions for helping the pair to enter Britain should be quashed, but upheld the convictions on the other charges and ruled that the overall sentence they each must serve must remain the same.
A LIVERPOOL man who was found guilty of invading the home of a couple who ran a pizza business has had his convictions quashed -but must now face a retrial.
Speed queen Vicki Butler-Henderson reveals how to get tickets quashed in this edition of the motoring magazine.