Only solutions with someone like this areFinally a bit of decent justice! 88 convictions later. How much has this recidivist crim cost the taxpyer via the free legal aid scheme??
A SERIAL offender who broke into a house while two young children were playing on the sitting room floor has been jailed for four and-a-half years. The intruder – Colin Culhane, 39, of no fixed abode – threatened to stab the father of the children if he attempted to follow him ...www.limerickleader.ie
Sorry but no there's a lot more to it than that.Only solutions with someone like this are
1) Long term imprisonment
2) Give them free heroin so they stop creating havoc
Please don't talk about the Justice System. That's how they like to be thought of but actually it's the Law Enforcement industry.,,, defendant’s “appalling” previous record was an aggravating factor"
Surely the defendants previous sentencing record enabled this crime.
The legal system is enabling recidivist criminals.
The DPP has appealed that sentence. But, look at this one:An off-duty garda who left the scene after causing a road crash which claimed the life of a 51-year-old woman in Co Meath four years ago was spared jail at Trim Circuit Court on Tuesday.westernpeople.ie
How the hell is he not jailed, is it just because he was a gaurd, if their was alcohol he probably would have got 5 or 6 years but it was only speeding
So, what mitigating factors applied here to reduce the sentence by 33%? And why is it that the hit-and-run element attracts such a paltry sentence? The victim was left lying on the road for an hour and could have died.while there was “significant co-operation” from Ms Bates in terms of attending the Garda station and making her car available for analysis, “co-operation was far from total”.
Ms Bates handed in her phone but refused to give a PIN number and had twice said she would give a statement but none were made.
Criminals with sufficient record should be barred entry to other countries.Romanian ATM thief given sentence backdated to his arrest last September. Judge says he would find it harder because of his foreign nationality.
A man who has committed thefts in eight European cities has been jailed for a series of stealth attacks on cash machines which caused nearly €13,000 in damage.m.independent.ie
This is what Ireland votes for. Make things hard for the squeezed middle and reward the feckless for being feckless. Great little country.A 30-year-old man with 12 children was jailed for five months for stealing a MacBook in Cork.www.echolive.ie
12 kids by the age of 30
Mr Justice Paul McDermott described it as 'an egregious breach of trust by a qualified and experienced healthcare worker', https://rte.ie/news/2020/0730/1156453-courts-rape/… via @rtenews.