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Charges against two publicans in Claremorris for having people on their premises after hours, were dismissed at Claremorris District Court this week, when it was revealed that the relevant legislation for the prosecutions being brought had not being translated into Irish. This was despite the fact that the first piece of legislation, which these prosecutions were brought under, was enacted as far back as 2000.
A woman with a Dublin address was remanded on her own bail to appear at today’s sitting of Ballinrobe District Court, sitting in Castlebar, for the service of the book of evidence against her.
An Aghamore man who made what his solicitor described as “as a foolish decision” when he attempted to drive a short distance home after being out drinking was disqualified from driving for three years and fined €500 at Claremorris District Court this week. Nicholas Cunnane, Meal Traine, Aghamore, Ballyhaunis, pleaded guilty to the charge in court.
A Ballyhaunis man who was involved in a minor accident in a supermarket car park while driving without insurance or a licence was given the benefit of the Probation Act and ordered to pay €100 to the Garda benevolent fund in Claremorris District Court.
A Claremorris man who had a previous conviction for drink driving was given a six year driving ban and fined €750 at Claremorris District Court this week.
A Claremorris man was given a one-year driving ban and fined €500 in Claremorris District Court for a careless driving conviction after he failed to pay a fixed charge penalty notice that was issued to him.
A Claremorris man was given a five year disqualification from driving after being convicted for driving while disqualified in Claremorris District Court, sitting in Kiltimagh this week.
A Swinford man was given a €300 fine after he pleaded guilty to the theft of four hubcaps in Claremorris District Court this week.
A 21-year-old Claremorris man who pleaded guilty to a number of charges including theft, criminal damage, possession of a weapon, drink driving, and buying alcohol for a minor was given a total of 19 months in prison at Claremorris District Court this week.