Delay in Liam Adams extradition case
The brother of Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has another two weeks to lodge an affidavit in the Irish High Court opposing his extradition to Northern Ireland on alleged sex abuse charges.
Adams (54), from Belfast, who was present for yesterday’s hearing before Judge Michael Peart, is remanded on continuing bail of €15,000 (£12,000).
His extradition is being sought on 18 charges alleging that he sexually abused one of his daughters 25 years ago. He denies the charges.