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Head-butting defendant steals chicken after court appearance

“He needs to be brought to his senses and removed from his influences,” Judge Seamus Hughes said as he jailed a Mullingar man for four months for threatening behaviour.

New judge makes stern warning over robberies

Judge Seamus Hughes has sent out a strong warning to people who arrive in his new district to steal.

Drink drivers top court offenders’ list

Drink drivers topped the list of offenders at the recent sitting of Mullingar District Court with a total of 10 people prosecuted for taking to the road under the influence.

Absent schoolchild gives rise to concern

A Westmeath student is causing serious concern to the National Educational Welfare Board, Mullingar District Court has heard.

Drug minder finds himself in court after house search

“I was only holding it for someone,” was the response given by a young Mullingar man when gardaí found close to €800 worth of drugs at his home.

Builder fails to repay pension contributions - court hears

A Westmeath builder has been fined €500 for failing to pay mandatory pension contributions for three of his staff over three years.

Bad weather causes chaos at court

There was dignified chaos at the opening day of this term’s sitting of Mullingar Circuit Court when barristers, solicitors, and defendants were unable to appear on Tuesday (November 30) because of the weather.

Solicitor ordered to crawl for ban deferment

A man who was two and a half times the legal limit to drive had his disqualification deferred to the new year after a judge grudgingly accepted his solicitor’s argument that his client’s job depended on it.

Preschool owner “very remiss” - judge

A Westmeath woman providing childcare services has pleaded guilty to failing to prevent children in her care from accessing a roadway.

Judge takes pity on brothel workers

Three women who pleaded guilty this week to running a brothel, avoided jail and even got a lift home from the Gardai, after a judge felt that having to go onto a sex offenders register on foot of conviction was too severe a consequence for the crime before him.

 

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