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Coleraine man has bail conditions varied so he can fully celebrate The Twelfth

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A JUDGE has agreed to vary a Coleraine man’s bail conditions so he can celebrate The Twelfth – but a condition that he is not allowed to drink in a public place remains.

William McFaul, of Elms Park, appeared before Coleraine Magistrates Court on July 8.

The 25-year-old is charged with the common assault of a woman on May 14 this year.

District Judge Liam McNally agreed to remove a curfew from McFaul’s bail conditions, as well as electronic tagging and signing conditions.

But he stressed that McFaul would still have to observe a ban on alcohol.

McFaul is not to be within 500 metres of an area of Coleraine and is to have no contact with the alleged injured party.

The case was adjourned to July 22.

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