Breached bar­ringorder

The Argus - - NEWS -

‘It’s time to get both chips off both shoul­ders,’ the judge ad­vised Derek Clel­land, The Si­mon Com­mu­nity, Bar­rack Street, Dun­dalk.

The de­fen­dant’s case, con­cern­ing the con­tra­ven­tion of a bar­ring or­der in Bay Es­tate on 26 May, 2017, was up for re­view.

How­ever, so­lic­i­tor Niall Breen, said a re­port was not favourable.

His client’s re­la­tion­ship had bro­ken down, he had no ac­cess to his chil­dren, and had an al­co­hol prob­lem in the past.

Clel­land had also been on re­mand on this for nine weeks.

He works as a roofer when work is avail­able.

The judge told the de­fen­dant it is make up his mind time.

‘Get treat­ment or get six months,’ Judge Coughlan added in ad­journ­ing the case to 10 Jan­uary, 2018.

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