Dublin woman found not guilty of assisted suicide.

A Dublin woman charged with attempting to assist the suicide of another woman by making arrangements for her to travel to Zurich has been found not guilty.
After deliberating for just over seven hours since yesterday, the jury of six men and six women delivered the verdict this afternoon. 
Gail O’Rorke was last week acquitted on direction of the trial judge on two other charges of assisting the suicide of her friend Bernadette Forde. 
The 43-year-old, from Kilclare Gardens in Tallaght, had denied the charges.
Ms O’Rorke wept in court as the jury verdict was delivered.
Her family who have been present in court in large numbers throughout the case cheered and clapped.
Judge Pat McCartan paid tribute to both legal teams and gardaí for their handling of the case, which was the first of its kind under legislation introduced in 1993.
He thanked the jury for their service and said “justice has been done