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A Bonniconlon man who was caught in what Judge David Anderson described as a “honey trap” avoided a driving ban when he was convicted of driving without insurance, driving with a bald tyre, and driving a car without an NCT certificate at Ballina District Court this week.
Judge David Anderson, sitting in Ballina District Court this week, dismissed a case that had been brought against Sarah Brudenall, 13 Morrison Terrace, Ballina, for not paying a fine for parking in the disabled bay in a car park in Ballina.
A woman who pleaded guilty to six separate detections of benefit fraud was given the Probation Act on condition that she pays the costs of the case owed to the State from taking the case within two months.
A man who caused a three-car pile-up on the main road between Athlone and Ballinasloe whilst turning right across the traffic was fined €200 this week (October 6) but kept his licence after some judicial sympathy was shown.
A drunk driver who had to be left in a cell for nearly two hours because there were no other gardai to attend a burglary call apart from the ones who had just arrested him, had the charge dismissed in the District Court this week (October 5) after this detention was deemed unlawful.
A woman who tested positive for cannabis and opiates after being stopped on suspicion of drug driving had her charge dismissed in court this week (October 5) after the judge ruled gardai had not proven her inability to drive as required by the law.
A man who landed a helicopter on the roof of an Athlone shopping centre in 2007 after flying just 22 kms to collect a set of keys, was fined €5,000 in the District Court this week (December 14).
A man from Westport who while disqualified from driving was detected driving in Castlebar in September of this year was before Judge David Anderson at Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.
Three Shell to Sea protesters who were involved in a protest in September 2008, while taking part in a vehicle protest throughout the Erris area in support of Maura Harrington’s hunger strike, blocked in and surrounded an unmarked Garda car, were each sentenced to six months in jail after they refused to undertake community service.
Two men from Belmullet appeared at Castlebar District Court this week after they damaged stalls set up for the Belmullet Fair and then attacked the stall owners, while shouting racial slurs at them.