Search Results for 'Claremorris District Court'
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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 UK citizen who told Claremorris District Court that the only reason he was driving was so he could bring injections that his father left in his house back to him was banned from driving and given a number of fines in Claremorris District Court this week.
An area manager for Tesco who crashed on his way home from Sligo to Tuam was convicted of careless driving in Claremorris District Court this week.
A Claremorris woman who forgot to pay her insurance escaped a driving ban at Claremorris District Court this week. Mary Wolley, Castlemcgarrett, Claremorris pleaded guilty in court to the charges of having no insurance, and failure to produce insurance and her driving licence. The court was told by Garda Catherine Hoban that she spoke to Wolley at the scene of an accident on the Cloonfad Road, Claremorris on February 28 2009 and demanded the production of her driving licence and insurance within 10 days, which she failed to do.
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 married man was sentenced to a total of eight months in prison for a number of public order offences and to a charge of theft in Claremorris District Court.
A bar manager was convicted and fined €750 and sentenced to a three month prison sentence suspended for a year at Claremorris District Court this week. Patrick Coleman, Oughhan, Tubbercurry, Sligo, pleaded not guilty to assaulting Tom Reidy on November 15 2008, however Judge Mary Devins found that there was no doubt in her mind following the evidence that Coleman did assault Mr Reidy.
A 31-year-old father of five, who breached a protection order and assaulted his wife, was jailed for six months at Claremorris District Court this week.
A Lithuanian national whose driving licence was deemed a counterfeit by a detective garda from Garda Headquarters — who specialises in handwriting and documents — furnished more documentation at Claremorris District Court this week for further investigation.