James Mandal, 24, of West Link, grabbed a woman by the throat and tore her T-shirt during an incident on November 17 last year.
Meanwhile, in June last year, police were called to a “multi-vehicle” road traffic collision and observed that a driver – mandal – was incapable of driving. The drug was found in a blood sample.
A teaser and diazepam tablets were then found, and evidence of delivery to “friends” over a phone was found.
On September 23 last year, he was driving recklessly on Lauren’s Claiglin Road when he was spotted in the middle of the road trying to “avoid speed bumps” and he turned into a mini-lane on the wrong side of the road. had gone. .
Defendant Barrister Neil Moore said the defendant had made “significant progress.”
District Judge Nigel Broderick said the probation report was “quite positive” and said he would follow up on a proposal to keep the defendant on probation for two years, including a “safe” domestic violence course. Including
Defendant was also banned from driving for one year and fined 150 150.