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affray

Law a fight, noisy quarrel, or disturbance between two or more persons in a public place
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Frank Simpson Daly, 53, from Oakland Walk in Coleraine, admitted causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Mr Fleming, assaulting Mr McDaid and his wife Evelyn causing them both actual bodily harm, and causing an affray.
Samuel McQuitty, 27, Ruskin Grove, Deighton, violent disorder and affray - 15 months custody.
Terry Smith, 22, of Brotton Road, denied affray and the case against him will not be pursued.
assault and battery on a police officer, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and common law affray.
The affray involving the two Cullens and Williams stemmed from an incident at The Godfather takeaway in Queen Street in Rhyl.
Football hooligan Jeff Marsh admitted affray after he was caught fighting with Celtic fans outside a Cardiff pub
West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service spokesman Vinny Bolina said: "We can confirm that four individuals have been charged with affray and Troy Deeney has also been charged with assaulting a police constable in the exe-cution of their duty.
Townsley's cousins Thomas Moss, 19, of Lyme Regis, Dorset, and James Moss, 20, of Shaldon, Devon, also admitted affray and were jailed for eight months.
England and Liverpool footballer Steven Gerrard is due to take the stand at Liverpool Crown Court later to defend himself against a charge of affray.
The England midfielder, 28, will reappear in court on March 20 when it is expected he will formally deny charges of assault and affray.
Barton's brother, Andrew (19) from Widnes, is charged with actual bodily harm and affray and Nadine Wilson, 27, from Huyton, Merseyside, who was also part of Barton's group, is charged with common assault and affray.
LEE BOWYER 2000: April Declared unavailable for England selection after being charged with grievous bodily harm and affray following an attack on an Asian student in January.