NINE Iraqi Kurds have admitted their part in the riots on Wrexham's Caia Park housing estate.
However, their cases were all adjourned for sentence in February.
Judge Roger Dutton, sitting at Mold Crown Court, told the nine men that they had each admitted serious offences and the fact he was now bailing them was no indication of the sentence they would eventually receive.
Six of the defendants admitted af-fray and three admitted threatening behaviour following an incident of violence on the Caia Park estate when the local pub, the Red Dragon, came under attack and was badly damaged.
It was that incident which was blamed for sparking off a riot the following night when police were confronted by a mob, some throwing petrol bombs.
The judge was told the prosecution would be playing CCTV films of the June 22 incidents and individual films in which the roles of each defendant would be highlighted.
Yadgar Ahmed, 27, Adnan Mahoud Hassan, 27, Ari Sharif Karim, 21, Omar Othmar Mohammed, 26, Mohammed Rasoul Psatewan, 25, and Goran Dizan Taher, 19, admitted affray and Hamad Hamadamin Ahmed, 27, and Riben Kamaran, 21, admitted threatening behaviour after charges of violent disorder were dropped.
Dlear Sadiq Faraj, 19, who had been charged with affray originally denied the offence and admitted threatening behaviour.
Prosecuting barrister Andrew Clarke said the Crown had considered their individual roles and had decided - as they had done with local people who had been charged with the summer violence - to reduce the charges to affray.
The plea by two others to threatening behaviour had been accepted on the basis they were present but had not used any weapons - and Faraj's plea had been accepted on the basis he was in custody by the time the serious violence broke out.
The affray case against a 10th defendant, Hawbash Ahmed, 22,was adjourned without a plea being entered. His barrister, John Hedge-coe, said medical reports were needed amid claims he had been tortured and beaten with a rifle butt in Iraq and had head injuries which may provide him with a defence.
At the time all the defendants, Iraqi Kurd refugees, were housed on the Caia Park Estate.
All were bailed to bail addresses in various parts of the country.
The Judge ordered that they should not under any circumstances enter the Caia Park Estate for their own safety and for other reasons.