grievous bodily harm

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grievous bodily harm

Criminal law really serious injury caused by one person to another
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The teenager is accused of six counts of throwing a corrosive fluid with intent to cause grevious bodily harm, three counts of robbery and four counts of attempted robbery.
He denied that charge, but earlier this year he admitted assaulting his victim causing him grevious bodily harm.
Garry Robinson has been charged with wounding with intent to commit grevious bodily harm, in connection with an alleged attack on Anthony Waugh, which happened at a home in Whitley Bay, on Tuesday evening.
Judge Philip Richards acknowledged that Hallisey's guilty plea to wounding with intent to cause grevious bodily harm had been "brave" but said it had been a long time coming.
A MAN has been charged with wounding a baby with intent to cause grevious bodily harm.
He further entered a guilty plea to section 20 wounding, after having a charge of inflicting grevious bodily harm with intent put to him as he stood in the dock.
The 37-year-old was arrested on suspicion of assault with intent to cause grevious bodily harm, while a 43-year-old man from Leamington was arrested on suspicion of assisting the suspect.
Roy Wood, 23, of Maes y Nant, Penycae, was jailed for two years yesterday after he admitted inflicting grevious bodily harm on Leah Corbett in February.
Philip Payne, 29, was arrested at the scene and charged with grevious bodily harm. He later appeared before magistrates where he was remanded into custody.
Allen and Watson, of Shinwell Crescent in South Bank, admitted inflicting grevious bodily harm on October 30.
Will you be commended or carted off for interrogation and incarceration on charges of over protective grevious bodily harm because the burglar fell downstairs and fractured his skull?
Two men, who were present at the New Bell pub that evening, were arrested and charged with conspiring to cause grevious bodily harm. But the Crown Prosecution Service decided there was not enough evidence for the case to proceed.