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A young Crossmolina man has been given one last chance to engage with the probation services or face a prison sentence for an unprovoked assault during the Lahardane Fair on August 16, 2013.
Judge Hughes has warned a man that if he doesn’t comply with his community service order he will go to prison, whether his ailing mother is dead or alive.
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.
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 accused of a raft of thefts across Athlone - including that of a family pet - had sentencing adjourned until April to allow the probation services prepare a final report on his continuing rehabilitation.
A judge raised his voice to threaten a man with jail after he claimed to be drug free, but could provide no documentary evidence of this.
A judge used a psychiatric report on a man in custody to criticise a recent political move to liberalise the State’s position on cannabis.
A man who went around collecting money for a charity with the aim of spending the money on alcohol was before Castlebar District Court this week.