An alleged "ghost broker" is facing trial along with his partner and in-laws after they were charged in connection with a €4m motor insurance scam.
Egidijus Aleliunas (39), his partner Anastasija Pavolva (33), her parents Viaceslav Pavlov (65) and Natalja Pavlova (61) and another man, Victor Titov (44), are all charged over the alleged fraud.
They were sent forward for trial, except for Anastasija Pavolva, whose case was adjourned as she was not in court to have a book of evidence served.
At Blanchardstown District Court, Judge Gerard Jones remanded the accused on continuing bail.
The five are facing nearly 200 charges between them, relating to dates spanning several years in the 2010s, at locations in the State including Dublin.
Mr Aleliunas, of The Paddocks Way, Adamstown, Dublin, is charged with 151 counts, including deception and possession of the proceeds of criminal conduct (money laundering).
Applying for free legal aid for Mr Aleliunas, his solicitor John Hennessy said his client was a security worker and his assets, which were all in cash, were frozen.
The prosecuting garda said the assets were more than €250,000, but Mr Hennessy said he believed it was less.
The garda said there was also "physical property" - a number of vehicles.
However, there was no objection to legal aid and the judge granted it.
Mr Aleliunas's partner, Anastasija Pavlova, of the same address, is accused of multiple counts of possession of the proceeds of criminal conduct in 2017.
Her mother, Natalija Pavlova, from Abbeydale Gardens, Lucan, and father Viaceslav Pavlov, from Earlsfort Road, Lucan, are each charged with eight counts of possession of criminal proceeds, in 2017. The amounts involved were around €20,000 each, the court heard.
Victor Titov, of Ardbrae Park, Bray, Co Wicklow, is charged with 15 counts of deception.
In his case the amount involved in the charges was €8,000 and he was alleged to have been a "much smaller player" than Mr Aleliunas.
Meanwhile, two other accused were sent forward for trial from the same court, charged in connection with a separate alleged €250,000 motor insurance fraud.
Ukrainian nationals Vasyl (48) and Tetyana (44) Kravtsov, of Carton Woods, Maynooth, Co Kildare, had books of evidence served on them.
Mr Kravtsov is charged with 105 offences including deception and money laundering.
Ms Kravtsov is charged with six counts of money laundering. Their charges relate to locations including Dublin and Dundalk, Co Louth.