September 2017 13th September: Child Protection - Mitchelstown, Co.
An invisible app may also be placed on a person’s phone to enable information, including location, to be passed to another person.
Barring order Meanwhile, another woman was given an eight-day barring order against her partner after showing the judge her arms. There had been no argument before the violent outburst. She had also raised her arm to hit their teenage daughter, but stopped herself.
The mother-of-four said two days earlier her partner had slapped her in the head a few times and then later punched her in the head and arms. He said he was worried about the teenager who was afraid of her mother.
The judge said he would not include her address on the order. He advised the woman to bring the order to her local garda station and they would remove her partner from the family home. In a separate case, a man was granted a protection order against his wife of 28 years.
He said the woman should return to court in October for a full hearing of the case, when her estranged husband would also be present. The judge advised her to mention that to the garda at the court reception desk and he would help her. “I don’t have to be there when they got to the house, do I? He said she was an alcoholic and would come home drunk, get into the bed and dig her nails into him to wake him up. Recently, she had put their adult son out of his room, so that she could move into it.