Con­tra­vened a safety or­der

Enniscorthy Guardian - - NEWS -

THERE was no ap­per­ance at the District Court for an En­nis­cor­thy woman charged with con­tra­ven­ing a safety or­der.

He­len Mur­phy of 10 St Ai­dan’s Vil­las was charged with breach­ing a safety or­der by as­sault­ing Mr Ja­son Mur­phy at Tem­ple­shan­non on July 28 of last year.

Solic­i­tor Ed King said he did not see his client in court and he had made her aware that she needed to at­tend. While ini­tially, In­spec­tor Sean Clince toyed with the idea of pro­ceed­ing in Mur­phy’s ab­sence, he said that she ‘could be in jeop­ardy’ and that it might be bet­ter to get a bench war­rant for her ar­rest and bring her be­fore the court. Judge Haughton agreed to this and is­sued the bench war­rant at once.

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