Search Results for 'Circuit Criminal Court'
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A Ballyhaunis man was sent forward for trial to the Circuit Criminal Court for five offences under the Misuse of Drugs Act on April 6 2012 at Lower James Street, Claremorris, at a sitting of Castlebar District Court on Tuesday this week.
An Aghamore woman was sent forward for trial to the Circuit Criminal Court on 45 separate theft charges this week. At Castlebar District Court on Tuesday the court heard evidence from Sgt Regina Curley that she served the book of evidence on Caroline Barrett, Raith, Aghamore, Co Mayo, earlier that morning outlining the 45 charges of theft from an individual between December 5 2008 and January 21 2012.
A 26-year-old man was ordered to pay €15,000 in compensation for a Mike Tyson-like assault during heated five-a-side football tackling in which he bit a fellow player’s ear.
A 69-year-old city man has received a suspended sentence after pleading guilty to attempting to extort €5,000 from Cllr Michael Fahy by claiming he had information that would clear the Ardrahan councillor of fraud charges.
A former Tuam drug dealer and heroin addict, who was caught with almost €25,000 worth of drugs in his car and at his apartment last year, has been given until November by a circuit court judge to reduce his intake of methadone before a prison sentence is imposed.
A Circuit Court judge has left a prison sentence hanging over a recovering Mervue heroin addict with a warning that the warrant for his committal to prison will issue if he takes the drug between now and November.
A 43-year-old man who denies a charge of sexually assaulting a female last year has been remanded on bail following his appearance before Galway District Court.
A 25-year-old city man is to be sent forward for trial charged with burglary offences, following his appearance before Galway District Court this week.
A parish priest and his parishioners thanked a county councillor at Sunday Mass for a €3,000 contribution he made to their Lourdes Pilgrimage Fund, unaware that the money was part of a penalty imposed over allegations of fraud and false accounting.
A Ballinasloe-native writer faces jail next month unless he seeks help and accepts that sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy was wrong.