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Judge warns defendant to do community service no matter what

Judge Hughes has warned a man that if he doesn’t comply with his community service order he will go to prison, whether his ailing mother is dead or alive.

Judge unimpressed with knife threat on gardaí

A man who was on bail when he lunged at a garda with a Stanley knife has had his current prison sentence extended by six months at a recent sitting of Mullingar District Court.

Teenager gets jail for throwing stones

A Mullingar man has had his prison sentence extended by three months after he pleaded guilty to assaulting a man in his 60s by throwing stones at him.

Judge unimpressed with criminal damage

Judge Seamus Hughes was so unimpressed with the criminal damage caused by a Mullingar man that he imposed a two month prison sentence.

Teen’s psychiatric issues from cannabis use

Mullingar District Court has heard how a teenager may have developed psychiatric problems because of his cannabis use.

Swim club to benefit from donation after lakeside misbehaviour by local youth

Mullingar Swimming Club is to get a €250 donation from a Mullingar teenager who admitted his drunken behaviour at the diving board, Lough Owel, Ballinafid was out of order.

Accused hid in private gardens

Three young men who hid from gardaí in private gardens at Hillview, Mullingar have apologised for their drink-fuelled behaviour.

Mother-of-13 “runs out of road” but not to jail

A woman detected driving whilst still on a 10-year ban avoided a jail sentence this week (November 13), but was still fined a total of €650.

Judge gives truancy-tolerant parents until after the Easter holidays to show improvements

The Department of Education continues its policy of combating truancy by prosecuting parents, and this week (March 20) the District Court saw the parents of five children brought before Judge Seamus Hughes to face such summonses.

Court hears of teenager battling addiction

A Mullingar teenager will be thrown a lifeline by the court which is extremely concerned about his future.

 

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