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A Swinford man charged in connection with a knife attack on Dublin GAA star Jonny Cooper is to appear back before the district court today (Friday).
by Finian Coghlan
Mullingar and Athlone District Court judge has advised landlords to take particular care if renting their premises to members of certain overseas communities.
The trial of a man accused of stabbing a 21-year-old man in Kilkenny city centre last week continues at Cloverhill District Court today.
Fears of a feud returning to Mullingar were given as the prime reason a man charged on Wednesday (September 21) with the assault of a 60-year-old woman with a golf club in her own home on Monday morning, was remanded in custody for at least another week after gardaí opposed bail.
A 42-year-old man charged last week (July 29) in Athlone with the attempted false imprisonment of a child, was remanded in custody for a further fortnight at Cloverhill District Court this week (August 3) to facilitate continued psychiatric evaluation.
Gardaí in the District Court this week (January 19) were successful in opposing bail for a juvenile defendant charged with criminal damage to a house in October and with assault causing harm in December.
A Galway-based developer who drove a cherry picker emblazoned with protest slogans up to the gates of Dáil Eireann on the morning of the Budget annoucement has pleaded not guilty to the charge of dangerous driving.
A man wanted by Gardai for his alleged involvement in the Ward-Joyce feud which flared outside the courthouse last week and escalated to see two men assaulted at Creggan on the old Dublin road, was given a highly conditional bail, contrary to Garda opinion, in the District Court this week (December 1).
The appearance of four Myers brothers arrested for alleged involvement in feud-related criminal damage to a family home in Grange last weekend saw two of them remanded in custody from Athlone District Court this week (June 23) after the alleged victim gave evidence she was “a prisoner in my own house” and couldn’t take her disabled son to school or to the shop.