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Assault charge Man (27) in court accused of hitting his mother 'over the head with hammer'

Pawel Tramourski is alleged to have left his mother with a broken nose and dislocated shoulder following the attack last November

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Blanchardstown District Court. Stock photo

Blanchardstown District Court. Stock photo

Blanchardstown District Court. Stock photo

A man has appeared in court accused of assaulting his mother by hitting her over the head with a hammer.

Pawel Tramourski (27) is alleged to have left his mother with a broken nose and dislocated shoulder following the attack last November.

He is facing trial by judge and jury in the Circuit Court after the DPP directed trial on indictment on the charge.

Judge Gerard Jones remanded Mr Tramourski in custody with consent to bail, to appear before Cloverhill District Court tomorrow.

The defendant, with an address at The Boulevard, Mount Eustace, Tyrrelstown, appeared before Blanchardstown District Court charged with seriously assaulting his mother.

The alleged attack took place at The Plaza, Tyrrelstown, on November 16, 2020.

In her evidence, a garda witness said it was alleged that Mr Tramourski hit his mother over the head with a hammer.

The garda said there was no objection to bail, subject to a number of conditions.

Judge Jones remanded Mr Tramourski in custody with consent to cash bail of €100.

Mr Tramourski must reside 10kms away from his mother's address and sign on in a sober state at Store Street Garda Station three times a week.

He is to have no contact with his mother and his two sisters.

He has also been ordered to carry a mobile phone and keep it charged so gardaí can contact him if necessary.​​​

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Mr Tramourski has not yet indicated a plea to the charge.​​​​

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