Brigid Irish plea agreement decision continued until Sept. 2
July 30, 2015
The legal case of Brigid Irish has been continued until Sept. 2 at 11 a.m. when Irish will be back in District Court before Judge Mary Hoak for an arraignment.
No decision has been made regarding the proposed plea agreement offered to Irish.
Irish was in court on July 15. During that appearance Irish's public defender and representatives of the district attorney's office presented Judge Hoak with a plea agreement previously worked out between the parties.
That agreement calls for Irish to pay a restitution amount of $431,000 and spend 32 years on supervised probation, among other stipulations. During those proceedings , Hoak intimated she was not happy with the agreement as it was presented. Judge Hoak informed both parties she wanted to hear from the victim in the case, Grand County government, to hear its opinion on the proposed agreement.
Only July 15 Judge Hoak tentatively scheduled Irish's next appearance for July 29. That appearance was instead continued until Sept. 2.