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Midlands Garda found guilty of threatening behaviour - court hears

A Midlands garda found guilty of threatening and abusive behaviour will escape a criminal conviction if he makes a charitable donation.

Mayo builder vows there will be no more protests

The builder who parked a cherry picker outside Leinster House as part of a protest and was subsequently charged with dangerous driving had his case struck out in Dublin District Court this week.

‘Anglo Avenger’ to avenge no more

A Galway-based developer, dubbed the ‘Anglo Avenger’, has vowed to retire from the protest game for good following a court case this week in which the charge against him of dangerous driving was withdrawn.

Jail time for pilfering from vacant homes

A man who stole more than €4,000 worth of goods in just over a year has been given an 11 month jail sentence at Mullingar District Court.

Judge shows sympathy to woman

Judge William Early has said he has no intention of sending a woman who suffers with mental health difficulties to prison for road traffic offences.

Axe weilder gets jail

“I have to sent out the message that there is no one who can wield an axe and threaten gardaí that he is going to kill them and not expect to get a prison sentence,” said Judge William Early as he imposed the sentence on Michael McDonagh of 197 Dalton Park, Mullingar.

Judge gives jail time for funeral fight

A row after a funeral has seen a Mullingar man get a three month sentence for threatening, abusive behaviour.

Fine for drink driving on wrong side of the road

Judge William Early said a man caught drink driving on the wrong side of a dual carriageway was lucky the prosecution had decided to strike out a danAgerous driving offence.

Man allegedly assaulted another with claw hammer

A Mullingar man who is alleged to have assaulted another man with a stolen claw hammer is to be sent forward for trial to the Circuit Court.

Man denies drug dealing

A man charged with possession of cannabis for sale or supply has denied the offence.

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