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Mervue man accused of drug dealing sent forward for trial

A 37-year-old Mervue man charged with drug dealing has been sent forward for trial.

Trial for man charged with firearms eight years ago

A man charged with possessing a firearm in suspicious circumstances in the Oranmore area more than eight years ago has been refused bail and sent forward for trial.

Man charged with gang drug dealing sent for trial

A man arrested as part of ‘Operation Foolscap’ and charged with dealing drugs with the intention of enhancing the ability of a criminal organisation has been sent forward for trial at the Galway Circuit Criminal Court sittings commencing next month.

Firearm accused sent forward for trial

A man charged in connection with a pipe bomb incident which led to the evacuation of Galway Garda Station has been sent forward for trial for possession of a firearm.

Local man gets trial date for Marie Greene murder

Jimmy Devaney (63), the retired soldier charged in February with the murder of 37-year-old local woman Marie Greene, was presented with his book of evidence in the District Court this week (June 8), and sent forward for arraignment in the Central Criminal Court at its next sittings beginning on June 22.

Calleary welcomes progress on Anglo Irish Bank investigation

Mayo Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for State, Dara Calleary has reported that some 100,000 documents have been analysed as part of the ongoing Anglo Irish Bank investigation. Dep Calleary received details of the ongoing extensive Garda enquiry into Anglo Irish Bank after questioning Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern on the issue in the Dáil recently.

Anglo Irish investigation is slow but getting results

Only a systemic and forensic investigation will guarantee that the State can get to the bottom of what happened at Anglo Irish Bank.

Dangerous driving case sent to Circuit Court

A man charged with four counts of dangerous driving has been sent forward to the Circuit Court.

Couple now face two trials for rioting

A husband and wife were committed for trial to the Circuit Court on charges of violent affray for the second time this year, after the State handed them each another book of evidence in the District Court this week (September 15).

Former Marist brother on abuse charges gets trial date

A former brother charged with six counts of indecent assault against four boys at the Marist primary school in Retreat on a number of dates between 1978 and 1982 was served with a book of evidence in the District Court this week (June 23) and returned for trial at Mullingar Circuit Court, sitting at Tullamore, on July 13.


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