Conor McGregor’s dangerous driving case has been adjourned until January.
The UFC fighter is facing seven changes relating to a dangerous driving incident in west Dublin in March of this year.
The court heard the Garda investigating the case needs further direction from the DPP.
Mr McGregor is expected to enter a plea on these charges when he appears again in Blanchardstown District Court in two months’ time.
Conor McGregor has arrived at Blanchardstown Courthouse. He’s facing 7 charges relating to an alleged dangerous driving incident on M4/M50 interchange in March. They include careless driving, being uninsured and having no license pic.twitter.com/wOOMqTa9Qz
— Mairéad Cleary (@maireadcleary7) November 24, 2022
He is facing two counts of dangerous driving on the Lucan Road and at the N4/M50 interchange in Palmerstown back in March.
He is also charged with driving without insurance and a licence, and failing to produce a certificate of insurance or licence.
At his last hearing in September, he was also charged with careless driving.