Search Results for 'Belmullet District Court'

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Man criminally damaged broadband tranmission equipment on hill

An American man who came to Ireland as a volunteer organic farmer but became involved in protesting in north Mayo caused more than €5,000 damage to broadband transmission equipment and fencing on Dooncarton Hill in Erris.

Maura Harrington convicted of criminal damage and dangerous driving

Shell-to-Sea activist and retired schoolteacher Maura Harrington has been convicted of dangerous driving, criminal damage, and four public order offences in the district court.

Threat of jail hanging over drink driving farmer

A man with numerous road traffic convictions was before Castlebar District Court this week for a drink driving charge and for not having insurance, tax, or an NCT.

Man drove into jeep as he lost control on ice

A man who lost control on a narrow road, due to the treacherous cold weather, and collided with a jeep was disqualified from driving for six months at Belmullet District Court.

A lawn unto themselves — dispute over whether lawn grass was ‘cow grass’

A civil case was heard at Belmullet District Court on Wednesday where damages were sought for breach of contract from a man who re-seeded two lawns.

Man drove after he drank fifteen pints

An unemployed plasterer, who consumed 15 pints over the course of a party and decided to drive home the following day, was this week disqualified from driving at Belmullet District Court.

Man failed to stop at checkpoint on chip trip

A man who was on his way to get chips and failed to stop at a Garda checkpoint, was this week disqualified from driving for three years after he was convicted at Belmullet District Court of drink driving.

Bail not granted for man who threatened to kill his partner

A man who was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday and who was brought before Castlebar District Court that day was not granted bail after he made serious threats when arrested towards the complainant, who is his partner and the mother of two of his children.

Assault, dangerous driving, and public order charges for Shell to Sea activist

The prolific Shell to Sea activist Maura Harrington faced dangerous driving, assault, and public order charges at Belmullet District Court on Wednesday, while her brother also appeared on foot of public order charges.

Second chance for fisherman who had ecstasy tablets

A 37-year-old Slovakian who was found in possession of ecstasy tablets pleaded guilty at Belmullet District Court this week.

 

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