Search Results for 'Claremorris District Court'
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A 19-year-old Claremorris man was given a 28 day suspended prison sentence at Claremorris District Court this week after he pleaded guilty to two public order offences. Garda Peter Sarsfield told the court that on August 2 2008 he was on duty in Claremorris at 12.40am and found Luke Treston, Castlegar, Claremorris, in the middle of the road drunk and a danger to himself and others. The garda ordered Treston under section eight of the Public Order Act to leave the area. A few minutes later while he was dealing with another incident Garda Sarsfield said Treston came up and struck another young man. The young man declined to make a statement about the incident and Garda Sarsfield then took Treston home.
A man who was convicted for a second time in just over a year of having no insurance was given a two year driving ban and fined €250 at Claremorris District Court.
A Claremorris woman was remanded in Claremorris District Court this week to appear before Judge Mary Fahy in Galway District Court on Monday after she pleaded guilty to a number of theft charges while serving a suspended sentence.
A German woman who was living in Ballyhaunis was convicted of illegal dumping on a site at Clare, Claremorris, which had 70 tonnes of waste and cost Mayo County Council €10,650 to clean up. The woman was fined €1,000 plus €750 costs at Claremorris District Court this week.
A Claremorris man was convicted and fined €100 for being drunk in public offence in Claremorris District Court this week, but had a more threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour charge struck out by the judge.
A Claremorris man was convicted and fined €200 for two public order offences in Claremorris District Court this week.
A Dublin woman had charges for having two children without seatbelts in the car she was driving struck out at Claremorris District Court this week, but she was still convicted and fined for not wearing a seatbelt herself while driving.
A Claremorris man with previous public order offences was given two prison terms of 28 days each at Claremorris District Court this week.
A Latvian man with a number of previous driving convictions was given two terms of 28 days in prison to be served consecutively following a conviction for dangerous driving and other driving offences at Claremorris District Court this week.
A Ballinrobe woman was banned from driving for a year after being convicted at Claremorris District Court this week for driving with no insurance. Teresa Sweeney, 5 Bog Road, Ballinrobe was convicted in her absence.