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Two of murdered publican Tom Nevin's siblings have asked the High Court this week to rule that evidence from the murder trial is admissible as part of a fresh civil action.
A man who claimed he hadn’t been carrying a hatchet during a family feud has had the case against him dismissed because there was no independent witness in court.
Fourteen suspended sentences, €6,550 in fines, and €400 in charitable donations were the orders handed down by Judge Olann Kelleher arising out of the Grange feud incident of May 2008 which happened just weeks before the infamous Dalton Park riot.
Some 37 witnesses and 35 defendants will be before the court if a special sitting is arranged to deal with an incident involving Nevin, Dinnegan, and McDonagh family members.
Thirty members of the Travelling community appeared in court in Mullingar, all of whom had been summonsed in relation to an incident at Grange Lawns in May of this year.
20-year-old Patrick Nevin has received two years detention for being “the villain of the piece” in what Judge Kennedy described as a merciless three-man attack which left the victim “for dead as far as they were concerned”.
“The adolescent version of where the broader trouble stems from” is how Kenneth Fogarty SC described the background to the assault on Jason Dinnegan almost three years ago.
A Mullingar man has been given a one month prison sentence for public order offences.