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The passing of the late Thomas Durcan, Altmount Street and late of Rossbeg in Westport, was marked at Tuesday’s sitting of Castlebar District Court. Durcan, who was a well known solicitor, practising first in Westport in his father’s firm before setting up his own practice in Castlebar, was laid to rest following requiem Mass yesterday in St Mary’s Church in Aughavale cemetery.
The family of a man murdered by his wife and buried at the bottom of his garden remains fractured and troubled, a court has heard.
A man who embezzled nearly €6,000 from two employers had his case adjourned for a fortnight in the District Court in Athlone this week (July 13) to check if the time between one offence and issue of the summons could materially affect the charge.
A Mullingar man who pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour during a family feud incident has paid €400 to the Church of Ireland poor fund.
A judge underlined the inherent hypocrisy of a Portadown man’s defence when his solicitor blamed his client’s predicament on “[falling] in with non-nationals”.
The charge against a man whose 54kg dog killed a neighbour’s Pomeranian was struck out in the District Court this week (October 20) after a judge ruled €300 compensation would be enough to replace the dead dog.
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.
A Westmeath woman providing childcare services has pleaded guilty to failing to prevent children in her care from accessing a roadway.
A man who got into a disagreement with his brother-in-law in the early hours of the morning at what was described in the District Court on Friday (October 8) as a “funeral tea”, was given a month to make a donation to a local charity or face a much greater fine.
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.