The trial of a man accused of murder at the Regency Hotel in Dublin two years ago has been adjourned for three days after the court heard "a complicated" matter had arisen.
The prosecution claims that Patrick Hutch, 25, from Champions Avenue in Dublin was the man dressed as a woman carrying a gun on the day David Byrne was shot dead at the Regency Hotel on 5 February 2016.
Mr Hutch has denied the charges of murder and related firearms offences.
Defence Counsel Michael O'Higgins said material would have to be considered and he would be applying for either a retrial or for the existing court to continue hearing the case following a lengthy adjournment.
He said "certain matters" needed to be "investigated" and "that will take time".
Mr Justice Tony Hunt said matters appeared to be proceeding in the background and he adjourned the case until Thursday.