In the witness box Mr Farrell said he was attending hospital in Tullamore for his injuries and promised that he would adhere to his bail conditions if he were released.
on March 18, not next week as Mr Marren requested.
all of this on himself, said the judge, who warned the 20 year old that if he had had the courtesy to obey his bail conditions in the first place, he would not find himself in the situation he was then in.
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He gave evidence of a phone call made by Mr Farrell in the back of the patrol car and the judge ordered that he come before Cloverhill court Shoes Puma High Top
The time was shortly after 2am, well inside his curfew which is to last between 8pm Puma White And Silver Shoes and 8am. The accident, in which one man died, is currently under investigation.
Farrell behaviour as he was being taken to the station during lunchtime, the judge insisted that he remain in custody.
However, the judge noted that he had been truculent and belligerent with his solicitor after his original application was unsuccessful.
The judge said Mr Farrell was in the extreme in his facial features and in the way he addressed the solicitor while he was in the custody box.
Mr Robert Marren said his client, who was injured in the accident, was visibly limping and wore his arm in a sling, had little recollection of the incident or of speaking to the inspector.
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However, the judge revoked his bail and remanded him in custody to Cloverhill prison.
Mr Farrell, who faces a number of charges relating to criminal damage, public order and threatening to endanger a person renewed his bail application after lunch.
Conor Farrell of 47 Grange Crescent was remanded in custody after the senior garda described how Mr Farrell had been at the scene of a fatal road traffic accident on February 9 and was taken to hospital by ambulance.
Inspector Jarlath Folan took the witness box to give evidence of a Conor Farrell who broke the conditions of bail previously imposed at Mullingar District Court.
Mr Marren said his client, who is receiving ongoing medical attention and counselling as a result of the traumatic incident was perhaps agitated as a result of the fallout from the accident.
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