Convicted for no car insurance 20 hours after the policy expired

Convicted for no car insurance 20 hours after the policy expired

INSURANCE
A Longford man was convicted and ordered to complete 20 hours of community service for no insurance after it expired 20 hours before he was stopped by Gardai.Michael Ward, 30 Pallas Crescent, Ardnacassa, Longford was convicted and ordered to complete 200 hours of community service in lieu of six months in prison and disqualified from driving for four years for no insurance at Knocklongford, Mohill on June 23, 2021. He was also convicted and fined €150 for no driving license, €150 for no tax and €200 for driving with no L plates.Solicitor Martin Burke said the probation report said he was a moderate risk.He explained that his client was married with four children and worked part-time in gardening and landscaping. It was noted that he had 18 hours outstanding in…
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Longford man convicted for no car insurance 20 hours after the policy expired

Longford man convicted for no car insurance 20 hours after the policy expired

INSURANCE
A Longford man was convicted and ordered to complete 20 hours of community service for no insurance after it expired 20 hours before he was stopped by Gardai. Michael Ward, 30 Pallas Crescent, Ardnacassa, Longford was convicted and ordered to complete 200 hours of community service in lieu of six months in prison and disqualified from driving for four years for no insurance at Knocklongford, Mohill on June 23, 2021.He was also convicted and fined €150 for no driving license, €150 for no tax and €200 for driving with no L plates. Solicitor Martin Burke said the probation report said he was a moderate risk. He explained that his client was married with four children and worked part-time in gardening and landscaping. It was noted that he had 18 hours…
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Hussain attorneys submit final brief in appeals case against Lynch

Hussain attorneys submit final brief in appeals case against Lynch

ATTORNEY
ALBANY - Lawyers for Nauman Hussain, the Colonie man facing blame in the 2018 limousine crash in Schoharie that killed 20 people, assert in their latest appeal filing that state Supreme Court Justice Peter Lynch had no legal right or justification to force Hussain to drop a no -jail guilty plea deal negotiated under the case's previous judge.The Appellate Division's Third Department, based in Albany, is scheduled to hear oral arguments in the appeals case on Feb. 22 from Hussain's legal team, as well as Lynch's attorney, Angela Kelley. In the final brief allowed before oral arguments later this month, Hussain's legal team of Lee Kindlon, Joe Tacopina and Chad Seigel once again made the argument that Lynch, who took over the case in August after Schoharie County Court Judge…
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