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Couple now face two trials for rioting

A husband and wife were committed for trial to the Circuit Court on charges of violent affray for the second time this year, after the State handed them each another book of evidence in the District Court this week (September 15).

Local woman charged with unlawfully killing mother of three

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A woman was charged in the District Court this week (September 15) with the manslaughter of Lily (Lillian) Scanlon at her home in Valley Court, Athlone over two years ago.

Judge adjourns sentencing to allow repayments

Sentencing of a Ballyhaunis man has been postponed until February 2011 to allow him start making repayments towards damage he caused to a window in the town.

Fine for motorist who borrowed friend’s car

A man stopped by gardaí while he was driving a friend’s car, and who failed to produce a certificate of insurance, received a fine at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Ballyhaunis woman fined for illegal dumping

A Ballyhaunis woman was convicted and fined a total of €1,150 for illegal dumping in Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Man gets community service for his part in €8k damages

A man has been let off the hook for almost €8,000 damaged caused by people he brought to a house in Multyfarnham.

“Stupid” crime doesn’t even merit jail

A pair of brothers caught trying to sell stolen scaffolding to a scrapyard both received suspended sentences in the District Court this week (September 1).

Self defender refuses to recognise court

A man on a drug cultivation charge had the judge enter a not guilty plea on his behalf after he refused to recognise the court’s jurisdiction.

Court gives boy cell instead of bell in back-to-school week

A 14-year-old Athlone boy from “a very difficult background” who was due to return to school yesterday (September 2) was remanded to the custody of a secure unit in Co Dublin this week, after the Welfare and Probation Service (WPS) refused to support his bail application.

Judge explains GAA rivalries to soccer lawyer

A Sligo judge had to remind a solicitor of the extent of inter-Connacht rivalries after the FAI-affiliated lawyer unknowingly extolled the virtues of his Roscommon u21-playing client in a drunk and disorderly case in court this week (September 1).


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