Gardaí have closed their investigation into the death of a man on a rural road outside Killeigh, Co Offaly last summer.
Inspector Kieran Keyes confirmed at Tullamore District Court that gardaí are not looking for anyone else in connection with the death of James Dillon.
The 29-year-old was on his way home from a soccer awards night when he died.
Antonio Itshiari, 52, with an address at Cluain Darrach, Tullamore, pleaded guilty to failing to remain at the scene of an accident.
Following DPP directions, the original charge of failing to remain at the scene of a fatal accident was amended by Judge Catherine Staines, who described the accident as tragic and unavoidable.
On 2 June at 4am, a passing female motorist was unable to rouse Mr Dillon when she found him lying in the middle of the rural, unlit road. He was wearing a black suit and with his arms across his body.
While she waited for gardaí to arrive, Mr Itshiari drove by in his taxi and although she flagged him down, he did not stay.
His car was found parked at a Tullamore taxi rank, and the court heard some of Mr Dillon's blood was found on the underside of the car, and debris from the same vehicle was left at the scene.
Solicitor Donal Farrelly said Mr Itshiari knows he should have stayed at the scene, but did not because the woman was still there.
His client's taxi licence was revoked while the case was under investigation, he said, adding that the father-of-two deeply regrets what happened and is psychologically scarred by the incident.
Judge Staines said Mr Itshiari was unfortunate that Mr Dillon was lying in the middle of the road in the dark, but he should have remained at the scene.
She fined him €500 for failing to do so.