All the offences are alleged to have occurred on 25 May, 2017.
In court last week, solicitor Dermot Monahan, on behalf of Melissa McGinley, said this incident occurred outside the school gates, and his client was pleading guilty.
However, when Judge Coughlan said she should apologise to the other party for a start, the defendant replied she was not going to apologise.
At that point, the judge said he was going to put the case back. ‘I want this sorted out to my satisfaction.’
Mr Monahan subsequently told the court Melissa McGinley was withdrawing her plea of guilty.
The entire case was then adjourned to 12 December for hearing. place, engaging in threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour and violent disorder in Park Street on 17 March, 2017.
Ronan was granted legal aid.
A motorist accused of careless driving at Quay Street junction on 21 November last, has had the charge struck out.
Solicitor Frank McDonnell, representing the defendant, Bilal Butt (30), 1 Park Way, Coulter Place, Dundalk, sought a reduction of the charge to one of driving without reasonable consideration.
He said his client has no previous convictions, has been here 14 years, and is employed in a research facility.
However, the judge said this was an accident and the accused was insured. He struck out the charge and gave legal aid.