MMA fighter Conor McGregor failed to turn up in court in over the issue of multiple speeding fines. McGregor didn’t show for the hearing regarding four summonses, one for speeding and three for committing driving licence offences.
Judge Desmond Zaidan, Naas District Court, said that the ‘Notorious’ has to make an appearance at court next week, as a result McGregor must come to Kildare court. Garda Sergeant, Jim Kelly, confirmed that summonses have been served on McGregor in person.
Judge Zaidan warned the mixed martial arts star that he has to come to court and said that the Dublin man must have been aware that he was to attend. According to Dublin Live, the defence solicitor said that he was asking for a ‘precis of evidence’. That’s a document outlining the case against his client.
Judge Zaidan responded to the solicitor saying that if he wanted to know more about the case, McGregor should get in touch with the Gardai. The court was mad aware that there would be a number of Garda witnesses who would give evidence in relation to the charges against McGregor. Judge Zaidan said the case will resume next Wednesday, November 28.
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