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GET UP, Stand up, the weekly stand up comedy open mic night at Garvey’s Hotel and Bar, Eyre Square, takes place tonight from 9.30pm.
A student who obscenely abused two female gardaí over an injured dog had a €400 fine abated to the Probation Act at his Circuit Court appeal last week, but not before the State solicitor got to wag a chastening finger.
A man jailed for failing to give a sample after attempting to get away from a Garda checkpoint, received some leniency in the Circuit Court last week after the judge accepted his problematic personal circumstances.
An associate of ground rent speculator Noel O’Gara (65) was removed from court this week (July 26) after he accused a judge of running a “kangaroo court” and having “no jurisdiction”.
The Athlone man who pleaded guilty to two counts of threatening to kill or seriously harm the sister of murdered Limerick man Roy Collins, has been jailed for two years, with the final six months suspended.
An Athlone man who threatened to burn down the home of a shopkeeper, and also that of a garda; and who threw a TV, table, and toilet seat at other gardaí, was remanded on continuing bail in Sligo Circuit Court on Tuesday (April 5) to re-appear before Judge Anthony Kennedy in Athlone Circuit Court on July 26.
A Mullingar man who appealed a refusal of bail all the way to the Supreme Court on legal aid was remanded back in custody until at least Monday (February 28) after gardai outlined his catalogue of bench warrants and bail condition breaches in the Circuit Court in Athlone this week (February 23).
Three Lithuanian men have had five-year sentences for robbery suspended on condition they go home and don’t return to Ireland for 10 years.
A mother of three, believed by Gardaí to be “a major player in drug dealing in Athlone” who took up the reins of her husbands’s operation after he got jailed for 10 years in 2007, was given a five year suspended sentence in the Circuit Court this week (December 10) after being convicted of possession with intent to supply nearly €7,000 worth of heroin to customers all over the country.
An elderly man has ended up paying more that 30 times his original fine in expenses on account of the sense of threat he felt from the man for whom he did a good turn by allowing him to stay in an illegal mobile home on his lands, the Circuit Court learned this week (December 7).