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A man who was more than one and a half times the legal limit was put off the road for two years and fined when he appeared before Judge Murrough Connellan.
Robert Gaffney (20), 29 Rossmore Avenue, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10 was charged with drunken driving at Tuckmill Cross, Tuckmill, Baltinglass on August 14, 2011.
He pleaded guilty to the charge and the court heard he had a breath alcohol concentration of 58mg of alcohol per 100ml of breath.
Judge Murrough Connellan fined him €250 and put him off the road for two years and one day. He postponed the driving ban until March 1, 2010.
(Source: The Wicklow People)
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