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False golfer gets hole count wrong and goes bust on 21

 

South American escapees get nine months in Athlone

Angry man gets six months for motorist assault

“Red mist” ruckus results in community service rather than jail

A man who “took the law into his own hands” when he believed his sister had been assaulted avoided a jail sentence in court this week (January 15) - despite 39 previous convictions.

Some freedom for man accused of stealing pregnancy test

A man accused of stealing a pregnancy test kit, smashing a car window, and assaulting a garda shortly after being released from a two-year jail sentence, was given a highly conditional bail in the District Court this week (November 20).

No extra jail for 19 further convictions

A man serving a 22-month sentence who appeared in court this week (October 9) to plead not guilty to 15 further counts of burglary changed his plea when told all he could get was just another two months in jail.

Alleged dealer gets bail

A man charged with the possession of 3kg of cannabis, worth an estimated €18,000, was given bail at the District Court this week (September 25) on condition he lives at a particular address, and sign on once a week at the Garda station.

Double disqualification driver gets final week’s freedom

A man convicted a second time for driving without insurance while disqualified was given a week’s liberty to “clarify matters” after the judge told him he is “looking at prison”.

Provide pregnancy proof to avoid prison - woman told

A judge refused to allow a young woman off the remainder of a community sentence order after she claimed she was pregnant.

Compo rescues rugby racists from jail

Three men who beat up an Englishman on St Patrick’s Day because he kissed the rose on his shirt after England defeated Ireland in the rugby will all avoid a conviction if they can each provide €1,000 in compensation.

 

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