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Violent resistance earns suspended sentence

A man who became threatening to a garda, who had a warrant to jail him, has been given an eight month suspended sentence.

Judge astonished as man estimates 16 years to pay State back €4,300

Judge David Anderson has expressed his astonishment that a Mullingar man is planning to take 16 years to pay back money to the Department of Social and Family Affairs.

Jeep jumper missed son’s first Christmas - court hears

A man who leapt from the rear of a jeep to evade gardaí, has been given an eight month suspended sentence at Mullingar District Court.

Three jailed over Delvin riot

A woman and two men from Westmeath have been jailed for eight months for their part in a riot which saw an armed garda violently assaulted.

Lucky break for Samaritan turned thief

A man who started with “the best of intentions” but succumbed to temptation “on a silly, spur of the moment decision”, was given the benefit of the Probation Act in court this week (September 22).

Woman avoids jail because of new crime

A woman who pleaded guilty to two public order charges in court this week (September 22) with an 11 month suspended sentence hanging over her for a previous theft conviction, avoided a jail term when the judge allowed the defence of only enforcing a suspended sentence for a similar conviction.

Judge puts a price on late-night chipper behaviour

A judge in the District Court this week (September 22) put a cost on being drunk and disorderly in public after a man pleaded guilty to two public order offences in Moate.

Saved by the Leaving Cert

A man with 63 previous convictions who fought with a garda after being apprehended for joyriding around the Marist College in July, avoided any addition to his present sentence after the court heard how he had just started the Leaving Cert in prison.

Dundon disciple pleads not guilty for a second time

A local man who is pleading not guilty to charges of threatening to kill the student sister of Limerick gangland victim Roy Collins because he would allegedly “get good money from Wayne Dundon”, was remanded on continuing bail in Athlone District Court this week (September 22) until November 10 on related theft and menacing charges.

Judge concedes sentence “unlikely” to go full term

A judge sentenced a woman who stole a Valentine’s Day teddy bear, amongst other goods, in a €1,400 crime spree to four months in prison, despite believing she wouldn’t spend more than a week in jail.

 

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