Conor McGregor's dangerous driving case has been pushed back to 2023 as Gardaí await DPP directions.
The MMA fighter is facing a total of seven driving charges.
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.
Mr McGregor is expected to enter a plea on these charges when he appears again in Blanchardstown District Court in two month’s time.