Remand for Tallaght woman in school attendance case

By Brendan Grehan

A WOMAN accused of not sending her son to school had her case remanded for hearing by Tallaght Court.

The prosecution against the woman is being brought by the Child and Family Agency, Tusla.

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The woman, who has an address in Tallaght, had pleaded not guilty to failing to comply with a school attendance notice to ensure her son’s attendance at a secondary school in Tallaght.

The case was before Judge Patricia McNamara to set a hearing date.

A solicitor for Tusla, told Judge McNamara that he thought the prosecution case would only take 10 minutes.

Judge McNamara adjourned the case for two weeks for hearing.

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