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MEN WHO PAINTED OUT QUEEN VICTORIA'S NAME ON CORK STREET SIGNS ARE 'OF UTMOST SINCERITY'
December 7, 2020
Three men who admitted to having defaced street signs bearing the name of Queen Victoria in Cork City leave court without a conviction.
HSE HOME HELP GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE FOR STEALING FROM PENSIONER
February 11, 2019
A woman who stole EUR11,000 from a pensioner is spared jail
"NEPOTISM AND PULL ARE ALIVE AND WELL IN GARDA FORCE"
2 March, 2017
In March 2017 Patrick wrote a 2000-word article setting out the manifest problems affecting An Garda Siochana in the light of yet another scandal.
Regrettably, the main issues highlighted in this article -specifically the labyrinthine impenetrability of the promotions regime-are still unaddressed, resulting in worryingly frequent scandals that the taxpayer pays for.
Other than the working title -which was altered by agreement with the editor of Irish Examiner - this article was not changed in any way by the Examiner editorial staff.
'SHE SHOULD NOT BE DRIVING': CORK WOMAN WITH 22 PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS CAUGHT DRIVING WITHOUT INSURANCE
A lady with 4 previous convictions for driving while uninsured was spared jail because of significant health issues.
JUDGE SAYS IT WAS A 'MIRACLE NO ONE WAS KILLED' AS HE JAILS CORK MAN FOR DANGEROUS DRIVING
A man facing 7 counts of Dangerous Driving and Reckless Endangerment is jailed.
"PEDESTRIANS HAD TO JUMP OUT OF THE WAY OF DRUG DRIVER"
November 7, 2021
MOTORIST STOPPED AT LIMERICK CHECKPOINT HAS DRUG-DRIVING CHARGE DISMISSED
3 January, 2022
Suzanne Lewis BL and Patrick Horan recently successfully defended a client charged with drug driving at Newcastlewest District Court.
MAN WHO KEPT COCAINE STASH TO "KEEP WOLVES AT BAY" OVER SON'S DRUG DEBT RECEIVES FINE.
March 5, 2022.
A father, accused of selling and supplying cocaine, in part to help pay off his son's massive drug debts to third parties, was convicted and fined in court.
TRUCK DRIVER CLEARED OF DAMAGING SIGN AT TOLL PLAZA
16 July 2022
A truck driver who drove through a toll booth causing €2,500 damage was acquitted of all charges.