not guilty plea 40-year-old man to face trial later this week over 2018 Dublin killing
Feri Anghel of no fixed abode was arraigned before the Central Criminal Court on Monday
A 40-year-old Romanian man will go on trial later this week, charged with murdering a man in Dublin two years ago.
Feri Anghel of no fixed abode was arraigned before the Central Criminal Court on Monday.
He was charged with murdering Ioan Artene Bob at a location in Co. Dublin on 13th April 2018 and pleaded not guilty.
Mr Justice Michael White swore in a jury of eight men and four women to hear the trial, which will begin on Thursday and is expected to last five weeks.
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