Published Tuesday, 07 August 2012
The man appeared at Belfast Magistrates' Court. (© UTV)
Paul James Faulkner was charged with riotous assembly, after violence broke out in the Ardoyne area of the city.
Police came under attack when petrol bombs and fireworks were thrown following a token Orange Order parade past the north Belfast shop fronts.
Faulkner, 30, did not seek bail as he appeared at the city's Magistrates' Court on Tuesday.
His solicitor Dennis Boyd said he would make an application on behalf of his client next Monday.
District Judge Fiona Bagnall remanded Faulkner, of Kinnaird Terrace, in custody until then.
A PSNI spokeswoman confirmed that 19 people have so far been arrested, and 17 charged, in connection with the Twelfth of July disorder in the Ardoyne and Oldpark districts.
One man, who was detained on Monday, remains in custody to be questioned about the attempted murder of police officers in the area.
A number of shots were fired from the nationalist Brompton Park area in the early hours of Friday, 13 July.