A person was caught with a haul of unlawful cigarettes and pretend sporting items when Gardai raided his house in Ballyshannon.
Brendan Casey was caught with the products when officers known as to his house at Ernedale Heights on Could eighth, 2020.
Casey, aged 44, appeared at Donegal Circuit Court docket, the place he pleaded responsible to a spread of costs.
Amongst them have been that he had in his possession a spread of tracksuits together with manufacturers purporting to be Nike, Adidas and The Northface which breached the Trademark Act of 1996.
The courtroom was additionally advised that Casey had in his possession a complete of 61,750 Excellence cigarettes and 33.8 kilogrammes of fine-cut tobacco for rolling which have been in varied packets.
The mixed worth of the tobacco and cigarettes was €61,645.45.
Barrister for Casey, Mr Peter Nolan, instructed by solicitor Rory O’Brien, stated his consumer has a historical past of melancholy and different circumstances.
He stated he was asking for a probation and welfare report saying he was hopeful it might suggest his consumer was appropriate for group service.
He stated his consumer has had a superb document since this incident and that there will likely be an evidence for these offences which “will likely be given sooner or later.”
Decide John Aylmer adjourned the ultimate sentencing date till December to permit time for the varied experiences.
Man caught with €60,00 unlawful cigarette and pretend tracksuit haul was final modified: March twenty fifth, 2023 by