Lisa Smith's solicitor has asked for the terrorism case against her to be dropped.
The Louth native, who is accused of membership of ISIS, has appeared in court for the fourth time.
Louth native Lisa Smith has arrived at the CCJ for her fourth court appearance. The 37 year old is accused of membership of ISIS. pic.twitter.com/S8Zh14oQNp
— Stephanie Rohan (@StephGrogan3) January 8, 2020
The court heard the DPP hasn't completed the book of evidence in the case - with the State's solicitor describing it as 'complicated and substantial'.
Her solicitor told the court there isn't a single piece of evidence to support the charge against her and asked for it to be discontinued.
The case is due back in court in March and Lisa Smith has been remanded on continuing bail until then.
*Reporting by Stephanie Rohan