Search Results for 'Claremorris District Court'

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Jail term for man who did not appear in court

A man with a number of previous convictions for theft who did not appear in court was handed down two consecutive 28 day jail terms in Claremorris District Court this week.

Cannabis case adjourned

A case against a Claremorris man who was found in possession of a number of cannabis plants was adjourned so he could retain a solicitor in Claremorris District Court this week.

Cannabis case adjourned

A case against a Claremorris man who was found in possession of a number of cannabis plants was adjourned so he could retain a solicitor in Claremorris District Court this week.

Case adjourned against man alleged to have assaulted off duty Garda

A case against a Ballinrobe man who allegedly assaulted an off duty garda in Claremorris was adjourned by Judge Mary Devins after she heard the evidence of the prosecution only. David Sweeny, 4 Bog Road, Ballinrobe, was represented in Claremorris District Court by a solicitor but was not in court himself as he had an illness. Judge Devins put back the case on the list to see if Ms Fiona McAllister, solicitor for Sweeny, could get in contact with him as the case was down to go ahead this week. Ms McAllister was unable to get further instructions from her client and Judge Devins let the case begin.

Suspended sentence for heroin possession

A man from the Czech Republic, of Roma gypsy descent, who pleaded guilty to possession of €40 worth of heroin was given a four month suspended sentence at Claremorris District Court this week. Roman Zigmund with an address at 29 Lisbawn, Claremorris, pleaded guilty to the possession charge at a court hearing in September last year but the sentencing was adjourned until this week.

American man found guilty of assaulting delivery driver

An American man who represented himself in court was found guilty of assault and threatening and abusive behaviour towards a delivery van driver at Claremorris District Court this week.

Drink driving summonses struck out for illegibility

Judge Mary Devins struck out summonses relating to drink driving, careless driving, and dangerous driving charges at Claremorris District Court on Tuesday due to the fact that the summonses were illegible.

€1,950 fines and disqualification for driving employer’s van drunk

A Lithuanian man who drove his employer’s van while drunk and had no driving licence, insurance, NCT or tax was disqualified from driving at Claremorris District Court this week.

Drink driving conviction for UK resident

A man who is now residing in the UK was this week convicted of drink driving at Claremorris District Court.

Suspended sentence for assault on ex-girlfriend’s partner

A man who broke into a house belonging to his ex-girlfriend’s new partner where he assaulted the man, was this week given a suspended sentence at Claremorris District Court.

 

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