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Ireland Conor McGregor pleading guilty to assault of man in Dublin pub

14:10  01 november  2019
14:10  01 november  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

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UFC FIGHTER CONOR McGregor has been ordered to pay a fine of €1,000 after pleading guilty to the assault of a man at a Dublin pub . The mixed martial arts fighter faced a single charge of assaulting Desmond Keogh at the Marble Arch Pub on Benbulbin Road in Drimnagh at about

Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor has pleaded guilty to one charge of assault after an altercation in a Dublin pub in April. Footage of the incident released in August showed McGregor punching Desmond Keogh in the head at the Marble Arch pub in Drimnagh, south of the centre.

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The mixed martial arts fighter faced a single charge of assaulting Desmond Keogh at the Marble Arch Pub on Benbulbin Road in Drimnagh at about 2.30pm on 6 April.

McGregor was present in Criminal Courts of Justice building this morning, three weeks after appearing again on the same charge.

Speaking on behalf of McGregor, his solicitor Michael Staines told the court that McGregor is pleading guilty. 

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Conor McGregor just showed up in court in Ireland where his lawyer told the judge the UFC star will plead GUILTY in his pub attack case. The UFC superstar is facing one charge of assault after he socked a man in the face at the Marble Arch Pub in Dublin back on April 6, in footage obtained by

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Judge Treasa Kelly adjourned the case until 2pm this afternoon to allow the court to view CCTV footage of the incident. 

Conor McGregor wearing a suit and tie: McGregor arriving in court last month. © PA Images McGregor arriving in court last month. CCTV footage of the April assault in the Marble Arch Pub emerged in August and was widely circulated on social media.

McGregor’s solicitor told the court that there was no need for the court to view the footage but counsel for the State told the court that it wished the footage to be shown. 

The victim was not present in court and the court was told that he had accepted an apology and did not wish to make a victim impact statement. 

Judge Kelly had said the court wished to see a victim impact statement but the State said it accepted a signed letter from the victim that he did not wish to make one. 

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The Irish mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor has been fined €1,000 (£850) for assaulting a man in a Dublin pub who rejected his offer of a drink. Judge Treasa Kelly decided against a custodial sentence, saying McGregor had pleaded guilty , expressed remorse and compensated the

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Dressed in a navy suit, fans took selfies with McGregor as he walked towards the court building and others tried to take pictures with him inside.

McGregor is pleading guilty to the charge under section two of the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person Act, which carries a maximum sanction of six months in prison and/or a fine of €1,500. 

The hearing has been adjourned until 2pm this afternoon where a sentence may be handed down. 

- With reporting by Tom Tuite

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