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Judge angry at allowing legal aid to family with visible means

Relatives of a teenage girl charged with assault on a garda as well as theft from a pensioner were snapped at by the judge when they admitted to driving a 2008 car after he had granted the girl legal aid.

Stevie Wonder visits Mullingar?

A man who couldn’t decide whether his name was Stevie Wonder or Patricia when asked to provide his name to gardaí has been fined €200.

Moped at the centre of a road traffic incident has vanished

Hearing a case in which Lithuanian man Modestas Kuprmas pleaded not guilty to having no insurance and driving a moped while drunk, it emerged that no one knew where the vehicle was.

Bail for man involved in Mullingar riots

A man charged with violent disorder arising out of the Mullingar riot last July has been granted bail by the High Court.

HSE did absolutely nothing, says judge

Mullingar District Court has heard that a 21-year-old youth who was in the care of the HSE for eight years can neither read nor write.

Second-time drink driver ‘hasn’t learned anything’ — judge

Judge Neilan told a man whom he convicted of his second drink driving offence that “you haven’t learned anything”.

Man fails to carry out community service

“Take your business up to Judge Kennedy in the Circuit Court and see what he has to say about it,” said Judge Neilan as he revoked a community service order and sentenced a man to five months imprisonment.

Lady's champion is not so heroic with Gardai

A man who claimed he was defending a barmaid's honour was fined €750 in the District Court this week (July 8) for his part in the ensuing public order ruckus.

Alcoholic tells court of destruction caused by addiction

Mullingar District Court heard of the destruction caused by alcohol addiction as a recovering alcoholic applied to have his driver’s licence restored.

Legal aid – with more than €100,000 in the bank

Judge Neilan read out the order of the High Court which indicated that “The court considers it appropriate that the state pay” the legal fees of Christy Nevin, 33 Abbeylands, Mullingar and granted him junior counsel.


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