Published Sunday, 15 July 2012
Trouble broke out in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast on 12 July. (© Pacemaker)
Alan Daniel Lundy, 33 and from Rosehead Drive in the city, faces charges of riotous assembly on the Twelfth of July in 2012 and also back in 2005.
With regards to the earlier incident, he is also charged with possession of an offensive weapon - namely a wooden plank.
Charges were brought as police continue their probe into the violence which erupted last Thursday.
More than 20 officers were injured when petrol bombs, bricks and bottles were thrown amid the disorder. Ten shots were also fired from the nationalist side in the Brompton Park area.
Supporters packed the public gallery as Lundy appeared before Belfast Magistrates' Court on Monday and watched as he was refused bail.
He was remanded in custody to appear again via video-link next month.
Those who had attended the hearing stood and applauded Lundy as he was led from the dock.