Conor Mcgregor’s Alleged Assault Case Adjourned After Brief Hearing


Conor McGregor’s supposed assault case was adjourned for roughly three weeks earlier this morning.

According to Dublin Live, that’s after his solicitor asked for more time to prepare his defence case.

McGregor appeared in the Criminal Courts of Justice charged with a Section 2 assault. The charges are in connection with an alleged attack on Des Keogh in a Dublin pub six months ago.


The Garda investigation was launched after the alleged incident at the Marble Arch pub in Drimnagh on April 6.

The MMA fighter walked into the Criminal Courts of Justice on Friday shortly before 10am. He was flanked by two security men.

McGregor, 31, then stood before the judge for the two-minute hearing before the case was adjourned.

Solicitor Michael Staines requested from Judge Marie Keane for an adjournment of a few weeks. The request was made on the grounds of disclosure in connection with CCTV of the incident.

Prosecuting Garda Jason O’Carroll of Crumlin Garda Station agreed to the request. McGregor, is due set to appear in court again on November 1.

He is facing a single assault charge, which carries a maximum prison term of six months or a €1,500 fine, or both, if convicted.