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Born radical - Margaretta D’Arcy at eighty

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“You’re not meant to be here! You’re meant to be at home with a cat on your knee, listening to the radio!”, so said inmates in Limerick Prison and Mountjoy upon seeing Margaretta D’Arcy join them behind bars.

Women stole whiskey from shop

Two women who took three bottles of whiskey from a shop in Castlebar were before Castlebar District Court this week.

Jail time for habitual shoplifter

A woman described in court as a habitual shoplifter has been jailed for six months after pleading guilty to two counts of theft.

Bicycle dealer mum gets another 10 months in jail

A former soldier and mother of one, in jail since November 18 for possession with intent to supply €3,000 of heroin, was given an additional 10 months in jail this week (March 29) after being found guilty of dealing by bicycle.

Decision by hospital to send woman to Mountjoy criticised by judge

The decision by a consultant psychiatrist at St Loman’s hospital to discharge a patient and recommend that she be sent to Mountjoy Prison has been criticised in Mullingar District Court by Judge John Neilan.

Woman refuses to return to St Loman’s

The woman accused of threatening behaviour and assault at St Loman’s hospital has refused to go back there.

Disturbed woman 'unfit' to meet public order and assault charges

A mentally unwell woman who faces public order and assault charges has been remanded in custody for two weeks when it became apparent in court that she was unfit to meet the charges brought against her.

DPP withdraws charges against woman who threatened to kill nurse

A mentally ill woman has been released unsupported into society because the DPP has withdrawn the charges against her.

Seven protesters remanded in custody until today

Five women and four men, with addresses in Ireland, the UK, and France, appeared before a special sitting of Ballina District Court on Monday evening, arising out of public order charges following a Shell to Sea protest at Glengad last Sunday. Seven of the nine were remanded in custody until today (Friday July 3).


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