Conor McGregor’s Assault Case Adjourned Until November 1st.
By Ross Markey
Former UFC lightweight and featherweight champion, ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor appeared at Dublin District Court this morning, at a hearing in relation to his April 6th. alleged assault on a man in his 50’s in Driminagh’s Marble Arch pub.
McGregor, 31, faces a single assault charge which can carry a six month prison term, or a €1,500 fine, or both, after CCTV footage appears to show the Crumlin native throw a punch at a pub goer after an arguement over McGregor’s whiskey, Proper Twelve.
At the request of the SBGi staple’s legal team, judge Marie Keane adjourned the case until Friday, November 1st. with McGregor pleading guilty or not guilty to the charges brought against him.
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