A motorist with a driver was 120km / h and not at a distance; dragged down in a built-up area in Ennis before hitting GAA coach, Eugene McNamara, 42, on a roadside track.
Secretary of the Mitch of Place de Plouzane, Kilrush, had three countries over the legal limit for driving with a drink when the BMW black hit, walkers, Mr McNamara from the rear of 10.05pm on 26 October 2016.
Mr. MacNamara walked on the footpath on his way home after going to the door; watch a football game on TV at his brother's house.
By filming a CCTV film that was shown at Ennis Tour Court on Friday a high BMW high speed Mr Miko was caught on the dark night and Mr McNamara was arrested. walk on the McDonalds walk to Ennis before the fatal impact.
Mr Miko's car traveled more than twice a local speed speed of 50km / h.
The photograph shows a remit guard, Garda Michael O Connor of Roxboro Garda Road Station, Limerick; Turning U on the Road to Aort; going into the roundabout to continue Miko's car after the speed he was & # 39; to travel to see.
In a statement, Garda O'Conor said that he sent another car to Mr McNamara before Mr Miko put the car on another car and put the other car back and spun several times.
The Gardaí discovered that Mr Miko's car did not attempt to reduce the 120kmph speed before entering the roundabout.
Judge Gerald Keys told Mr Miko that he was attending the time of his & her; prisoner for the dangerous drunkenness of Mr McNamara's death but has allowed Mr Miko to wait for a long time bail and is convicted on 25 March.
In the incident statement of the victim of McNamara's family, the All-Ireland football doubled by Clare's bearers since the 1990s and Eugene's brother Stephen McNamara had suffered himself on the side of the road "as a CCTV image showing Mr Miko and his passengers getting out of their cars and escaping the scene.
The two were running over her; near Fairgreen Park to New Road at Rice College before Garda O Connor captured them at Marian Avenue.
Mr MacNamara died several days after his wound and Asst State Pathologist, Dr. Margaret Bolster, found that Mr MacNamara died from a serious patient injury as a result of the malfunction of the force in a road crash.
In his first Guard interview, Mr Miko held his right to become a regimen and at first he did not let him go. case.
It was just after getting guardian's handsome evidence that showed Mr Miko's DNA from the air rent on the side of the drive; Mr Miko left: "Maybe 30% to 40% are dependent on but I can not be 100% dependent because I do not think it was the driver; there. "
The Garden Alan Ryan said Mr Miko accepted the findings of the DNA tests.
A consultant for the State Lorcan Connolly BL said Mr Miko said he did not remember the event.
Garda Ryan commented that Mr Miko could not keep him in the way he went to the car or how he came to be driving.
Mr Miko's adviser, Mark Nicholas SC said Mr Miko had no experience of driving, without driving permission, he had no car and had no driver's driving and no desire to drive in any way " .
Mr Nicholas said his client had complained that he was guilty but he did not start driving in front because he did not remember what happened.
Mr Nicholas said Mr Miko's driving at night was causing bad effects and he complained about what it is worth.
Mr Nicholas said Mr Miko had no prior evidence, he is young and is a very good character.
In the statement of the influence of his victims, Stephen McNamara said that his brother's life was taken seriously.
Steafan said the "night ban" is always caused by that night with the McNamara family "and the situation about Eugene's death is always on our mind".
Steven said that Eugene was one of his four sons and even after buying his own home there would be a daily dinner at his parents' house telling them his stories.
Steafan said that Eugene's chairman at his family board is now empty and that is a continuing reminder. "
He said that his parents have no night where they can sleep without being awakened and wounded; Thinking about Eugene's going to walk home that night.
Stephen said that Eugene did not see her brother Barry who married her. This May and the special relationship with his two couples, David was destroyed by that night in October 2016.
All-Ireland winner that Eugene had not been going to have been the birth of a daughter and son of a bride since October 2016 "and now does not let them know and see them grow up" .
Steafan said that Eugene was involved in Eire Óg GAA as a player, coach and manager when he was eight years old.
He recognized that at Eugene's funeral that Eugene decided to have members of the U12 Eire Óg team put on Guardene Honor.
Stephen said that Eugene had been tightly knocked down by an early car and left alone suffering by the road. It's a picture that will be a # 39; attracting all his family and living with us. "
He said that everyone who left "lives hard-to-day with the horrible thoughts about what Eugene did when he was just walking home was innocent on the foot that night ".