Accused requests relaxed bail to attend gym

A man accused with causing the death of 19 year-old Claire Kelly while driving dangerously and without insurance has request that his current bail conditions be relaxed so he could go to a gym.

Kevin Michael Patrick Brolly, from Dungiven in Northern Ireland, made the request via his solicitor during the preliminary inquiry at Londonderry Magistrates Court. District Judge Barney McElholm refused the application of Mr Brolly to have his bail conditions relaxed in order that he could use a gym.

Mr Brolly, aged 22, is charged with causing the death of Claire Kelly while driving in excess of the alcohol limit and without due care and attention on 11th December 2011. Speaking at the court, a police officer told the district judge that he believed the defendant would be likely to re-offend again if his bail restrictions were eased. No change was made to the bail conditions and Mr Brolly has to attend the Crown Court again on 16th October.

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