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Drumm due to appear in court Mon
06 Feb 2016 07:07
David Drumm is due to appear before a Boston court on Monday where it is expected that matters relating to his possible voluntary return to Ireland will be discussed.
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Mr Drumm's lawyers late yesterday requested a special conference before the court.
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The judge presiding over his extradition matter, Judge Donald Cabell, agreed to the request for a conference before the court, also involving the US Attorney.
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It's expected that Mr Drumm's lawyers will put forward a proposal which would involve him agreeing to return to Ireland on a voluntary basis.
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It is understood various details are still under discussion and the exact nature of the conference was not set out in the legal documents filed yesterday.
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Currently Mr Drumm is fighting a request from the Irish Government to extradite him to face 33 charges before the Irish courts relating to his time in charge at Anglo Irish Bank.
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The extradition matter is due to be heard before the District Court of Massachusetts in Boston on 1 March.
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Mr Drumm has twice been refused bail and has been in detention in the US since his arrest at his Wellesley home in early October.
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