Eleven in court charged with dangerous driving during Rally of the Lakes 

Killarney District Court told CCTV of alleged driving would be released to defendants solicitors 
Eleven men appeared before Killarney District Court on Tuesday each charged with dangerous driving on Sunday afternoon last at a scenic spot near the high Moll’s Gap in Killarney. 
 
Aged between 21 and 27, the men had been arrested on Sunday during the annual Cartell.ie Rally of the Lakes event in Killarney. 
 
The court was told a garda surveillance operation was in operation in the remote high scenic area which is near the Moll’s Gap /Kenmare/Sneem/BlackValley turnoffs of the N71 Ring of Kerry 
 
Video and CCTV footage of the alleged dangerous driving incidents would be released to the solicitors representing them, as part of the disclosure of documents procedure, the court heard. 
 
Each young man is charged that on May 5th at Derrynafunsha, Blackwater, Kenmare they drove a vehicle in a manner including speed on a public road which was dangerous, and contrary to Section 53 (1) of the Road Traffic Act. 
 
To read more see ... The Irish Times 
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