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Judge Mary Devins struck out the charge of driving while using a mobile phone against a Claremorris man after he agreed to pay €150 to Mayo Mountain Rescue in Ballyhaunis District Court, sitting in Castlebar this week.
A woman was found not guilty of assaulting a former neighbour’s child following a case at Ballyhaunis District Court sitting in Castlebar this week. The woman was alleged to have grabbed the child by the neck, twisted his ear, and slapped him on his bottom in the incident. The case saw the child give evidence through a video link to the court, and the court was also shown a DVD of an interview carried out with the child shortly after the incident by trained Garda personnel.
The district court was cleared for the last time in Ballyhaunis on Tuesday. Before lunchtime Judge Mary Devins heard an application for a search warrant, and when she finished considering that application the administration of justice in the east Mayo town concluded for the final time after 139 years.
Krystyna Malachowicz with an address at 22 Hazel Hill Dawns, Ballyhaunis, was served with a book of evidence against her by Garda Alan Ryan, at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.
Judge Mary Devins refused jurisdiction in an assault case involving three men after hearing preliminary information on the prosecution at Ballyhaunis District Court this week, and adjourned the case for further DPP direction until March 4 2014.
A Ballyhaunis man was convicted and fined in his absence after he was found guilty at Ballyhaunis District Court of being intoxicated in a public place.
Judge Mary Devins banned a Ballyhaunis man from driving for four years after he was convicted for a third time for driving without insurance at Ballyhaunis District Court. Tommy Webb, Cornageachta, Aghamore who represented himself in court said that he had believed he was insured to drive the car he was stopped driving under a different insurance policy, but following investigations by the Gardai this proved not to be the case.
A Ballyhaunis woman was convicted and fined in her absence of having no driving licence and failing to produce their licence within 10 days at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.
Court business went on as normal in Ballyhaunis on Tuesday despite the expectation that the July sitting of the court would be the last one in the east Mayo venue, following a decision by the Court Service to close that courthouse and the one in Swinford in July.