New Trial Date For Man Accused Of Killing Elaine O’hara

NEW TRIAL DATE FOR MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING ELAINE O’HARA

A new trial date has been fixed for the man accused of murdering childcare worker Elaine O’Hara in Dublin in 2012.

Graham Dwyer – a father of two from Kerrymount Close in Foxrock in Dublin – was to stand trial in April of next year but now been moved forward to January.

Defence Barrister Ronan Kennedy applied for the date to be moved in light of a recent failed bail application.

The 41-year-old architect is accused of murdering Elaine O’Hara – whose father is from Wexford Town – on August 22nd 2012.

Her remains were found on Killakee Mountain in Rathfarnham last September – 13 months after her disappearance.

The trial will now go ahead on January 19th next and it’s expected to last six weeks.

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