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The cases against six staff members accused of assault at the Áras Attracta care facility in Swinford have been adjourned to July 10.
Six people were charged with assault in Swinford District Court, sitting in Ballina this moring arising out of incidents that occured at Áras Attracta care home in Swinford. The six were all staff members in the care home. The assaults are alleged to have taken place on dates between 6 and 17 November 2014.
A man is to appear today before Swinford District Court in relation to an alleged public order offence involving a weapon in Swinford last weekend.
The controversial news this summer that the Courts Service was to close the court houses in Swinford and Ballyhaunis led to fears that the closure of those courts would see a further centralising of the administration of justice into Castlebar. Both court houses are due to close at the end of the year, but this week Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin has said that district court business, such as criminal, licensing, and civil cases from Swinford will move to Ballina rather than to Castlebar as first expected. Mulherin welcomed the decision of the Courts Service to amalgamate Swinford District Court with Ballina which she said should ensure the future viability of Ballina District Court Office.
A 26-year-old Ballina man appeared in Swinford District Court this morning charged in connection with the killing of two brothers, Jack and Tom Blaine in their home in New Antrim Street, Castlebar this week.
Reacting to the recent announcement by the Court Services that Swinford and Ballyhaunis courthouses will close Mayo Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin has told the Dáil that she is concerned about the apparent policy of centralisation of court services that could lead to the transfer of all County Mayo court sittings centrally to the courthouse in Castlebar over time with 10 courthouses having closed in the past 12 years in the county.
A father of six who double parked his van on a corner while his wife popped into the supermarket was convicted and fined at last week’s sitting of Swinford District Court.