By Ann O’Loughlin
A former waste company operator has been told by the President of the High Court he was “not out of the woods” yet over an application to jail him for contempt of court.
Mr Justice Peter Kelly told Jim Ferry’s lawyer he seemed to have taken a more realistic approach to proceedings against him for illegal dumping, but it needed to continue.
Last month, Mr Justice Max Barrett gave Mr Ferry, who operated Ferry’s Refuse Collection and Ferry’s Refuse Recyling in Donegal, two weeks to come up with detailed information about what happened to money he made from his illegal dumping activites.
The return date for the case was today but Mr Justice Kelly said he had taken the matter after Mr Justice Barrett had fallen ill and re…