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Conor McGregor makes ‘proposal’ to gardaí in dangerous driving case

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Conor McGregor's legal team have made a proposal to gardai in his dangerous driving case. The 34-year-old UFC star was back in Blanchardstown District Court. McGregor could be seen fist-pumping fans and posing for pictures after his appearance. No plea was entered today and the case was put back to January 11.
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'All good' - Conor McGregor makes ‘proposal’ to gardaí in dangerous driving case

As he left the court, the UFC star stopped to give a young fan an autograph and told reporters: "All good, great to be back"

2 months ago·Ireland
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Conor McGregor makes 'proposal' to gardai as he appears before court

This morning, the cage brawler arrived at the building in a Range Rover, with another jeep driving on convoy, after 11am greeting reporters and strolling into the courthouse.

2 months ago·Ireland
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Conor McGregor makes ‘proposal’ to gardaí in dangerous driving case

UFC star has not yet entered a plea in driving case before Blanchardstown District Court

2 months ago·Dublin, Ireland
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Conor McGregor makes 'proposal' to gardai in dangerous driving case

The UFC fighter arrived at the building in a Range Rover after 11am greeting reporters and strolling into the courthouse.

2 months ago·Dublin, Ireland
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Conor McGregor makes 'proposal' to gardaí in dangerous driving case

Tom Tuite Lawyers for Conor McGregor have asked gardaí to consider “a proposal” in the UFC star’s dangerous driving prosecution in Dublin, a court has heard. Gardaí stopped the UFC fighter driving a high-performance Bentley Continental GT on March 22nd in west Dublin. He was arrested and initially charged with two counts of dangerous driving in the 2019-registered car at the N4/Source

2 months ago
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McGregor makes ‘proposal’ to Gardai in dangerous driving case

He has been charged with six driving offences relating to an incident on the N4/M50 interchange in west Dublin.

2 months ago·Ireland
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