Criminal charges are to be dropped against the remaining people due to stand trial over the Jobstown protest.
Earlier this year, six men including Dublin TD Paul Murphy were acquitted of charges of false imprisonment.
They were cleared of trapping Joan Burton and her adviser in a car at a water charge demo in 2014.
A further group of suspects were due to go on trial on October 2nd but their solicitor Michael Finucane says the DPP's confirmed the case has been withdrawn:
"The DPP says a nolle prosequi is to be entered on the next court date in respect of the charges facing my clients. Essentially it means the prosecutions are being discontinued."
A teenager was the only person to be convicted in relation to the Jobstown protest.
He was found guilty in the Children's Court last October.
The boy had denied two charges of false imprisonment and his barrister had applied for the case to be thrown out.
But the Judge refused to do this and found him guilty. He said the boy was an active participant in the blocking of the unmarked garda car the women were in and the offence had been proven beyond reasonable doubt.