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Technicality gets man off drink driving charge

A Glasson man beat a drink driving rap when his solicitor pointed out the arresting garda’s verbal evidence in court didn’t match his written statement.

Man found drink driving four times in three months

A mechanic took up the offer of returning to Poland or face up to 12 months in jail after he was caught drink driving four times in the last three months, the District Court heard last Tuesday (November 4).

Street fightin’ soldier gets a chance

A married soldier who has been on four UN tours of duty avoided a public order conviction in the District Court this week (November 4) when the judge learned the effect an additional fine could have on his career.

Three garda mistakes see drink driver go free

Another man who failed an intoxiliser test got to walk from the court this week (November 24) with his licence intact after the arresting garda got the car registration wrong, the townland wrong, and failed to sign the receipts issued by the intoxilising machine.

Map flap gets ban delayed

A man accused of being almost twice the legal limit to drive will have to wait until December 2 to find out if he is to be disqualified, after the judge couldn’t decide between defence and the Gardai as to where the man had been stopped.

Four more months for troubled teen

A drug addicted teenager, who attended court from jail, was given another four months for his troubles in the District Court this week (November 25) for possession of an offensive weapon and driving without insurance.

Jail time for telly chucker

A man who threatened Gardai with broken glass and threw a TV at them was jailed for eight months earlier this week (December 2).

D-day for teen

A teenager on a three year driving ban and guilty of a total of 45 motoring charges without actually having learnt to drive will go to jail today (December 5) if he is convicted of the one charge he is contesting.

Wrong address gets drink driver off

A man who produced a reading nearly twice the legal limit for driving on August 4 left court with an unblemished record last Tuesday (December 2) after it was finally proven the place of arrest on his charge sheet was incorrect.

Still no freedom for burglary suspects

Two youths, believed by the authorities to be responsible for a major spate of house breaks around Athlone, will have to spend at least another week in custody after a formal Garda application opposing bail was upheld.

 

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