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‘One last chance’ for young man after fair day assault

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.

St Kieran’s Community Centre vandal gets two years detention

 

Judge warns defendant to do community service no matter what

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.

Judge suggests ADHD is just a pharma creation

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.

Final chance for would-be athlete

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.

Court allows latitude as dognapper shows improvement

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.

Judge loses patience with drugs offender

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.

Judge criticises recent attempt to legalise cannabis

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.

Man pretended to collect for charity in order to buy drink

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.

 

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