Accused told to stay out of County Limerick town

Donal O'Regan

Reporter:

Donal O'Regan

Adam Casey, aged 21, of Main Road, Dromkeen appeared before Judge Marian O’Leary in Kilmallock Court.

Adam Casey, aged 21, of Main Road, Dromkeen appeared before Judge Marian O’Leary in Kilmallock Court

THE BOOK of evidence has been served on a County Limerick man, who has been ordered to stay out of Bruff as part of his bail conditions.

Adam Casey, aged 21, of Main Road, Dromkeen appeared before Judge Marian O’Leary in Kilmallock Court.

He is charged with assault causing harm, intentionally or recklessly causing serious harm and production of an article. The offences are alleged to have occurred at Castleview, Ardkeohane, Bruff on March 26, 2017.

Garda Mary Armstrong, Kilmallok garda station, gave evidence of serving the book of evidence.

Sergeant Michelle Leahy said the Director of Public Prosecutions has consented that Mr Casey be sent forward on trial on indictment.

Addressing Mr Casey, Judge Marian O’Leary said: “I’m sending you forward to the next sitting of Limerick Circuit Court.”

The judge also gave Mr Casey the alibi warning.

Brendan Gill, solicitor for Mr Casey, applied for and was granted a legal aid certificate to cover a junior counsel.

State solicitor, Aidan Judge said bail could be granted on the same terms as previously decided.

Mr Casey is to be of good behaviour, not commit any offences, sign on three days a week at Roxboro garda station, obey a curfew of 10pm to 8am, have no contact with the alleged injured party or any civilian witnesses in the book of evidence, surrender his passport and stay out of Bruff town.

Judge O’Leary remanded Mr Casey on continuing bail to the next sitting of Limerick Circuit Court.