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Judge: “His case is going to need to be good otherwise he’s going to jail”

The Criminal Courts of Justice, Dublin-Photo from Flickr by nfomatique

The Criminal Courts of Justice, Dublin-Photo from Flickr by nfomatique

James Delaney, from 54 Healy Terrace, Ballina, County Mayo, appeared in court on charges of breaking into the underground car park attached to Earl’s Court on Reuben Street.

Mr Delaney pleaded guilty to all charges. Judge O’Donnell placed him on remand until 11 February next year, adding that “his case is going to need to be good otherwise he’s going to jail

The Garda caught Mr Delany back in March 2012 after he allegedly broke into the car park and smashed the windows on four cars.

He was also caught with allegedly stolen goods including a mobile phone worth €150, CDs in the value of €50 and a Sat Nav worth €100.

When Gardai stopped him and asked him to provide a name he gave them a fake name.

His defence attempted to describe his personal situation to Judge O’Donnell saying that he had recently finished a drug rehabilitation programme and that he was a newly married man.

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