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A Tuam man who was in a Dublin flat when gardaí raided it and caught another man bagging up heroin for street dealing has been remanded on bail pending sentence next February.
“You walk out of here free today but you’re not free, because I’ll be on your case for the next 12 months.”
A youth accused of pepper-spraying a girl, and calling a garda “a queer” for refusing to fight him but arresting him instead, was given two future court dates this week (June 21) to deal with each of these incidents separately.
Judge Seamus Hughes has taken the unprecedented step of commenting on the physical appearance of defendants, who he said could do with getting some exercise and losing weight.
A judge railed against State agencies set up to help find people employment during a case where the defendant complained against the difficulties of getting back into employment or training.
A youth who set fire to his sister’s kitchen so the council would give her a new one, and who spat a mouthful of blood into a social worker’s face, got another final chance in court this week (April 2).
A youth from “an incredibly dysfunctional family background” was fined a total of €400 this week after failing to attend for 170 hours of community service.
A young Mullingar man has been warned that if his new year’s resolutions don’t involve an improvement in his behaviour, the court will decide how he spends 2014.
A man described as “the lowest of the low” after he helped steal a dog had his sentencing adjourned to December for a probation report, and was told to “divert your dole into the purchase of a pedigree replacement”.