grievous bodily harm

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Synonyms for grievous bodily harm

street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate

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We stand by our original position had either or both of them been found guilty of GBH with intent they would not have played for this football club again.''
He is also alleged to have stolen PS193 of items in a robbery at an Asda on Wednesday, November 7, and to have attempted to cause GBH with intent to a man called Sam Ormrod in Wigan that same day.
Robinson, of no fixed address, was convicted of GBH with intent on the man in Morpeth and pleaded guilty to assault and common assault on the two women.
Coton is charged with causing GBH with intent to murder Christopher Payne and also GBH with intent.
ISHMAEEL AKBAR, 32, Kingsbury Road, Tipton: Admitted false imprisonment, blackmail and GBH with intent. Sentence: 141/2 years 2.
A 19-year-old woman and a 20-year-old man have been arrested and bailed on suspicion of causing GBH with intent.
Azad Hussein, 27, of Bethnal Green, Sheikh Rashid, 27, of Shadwell, Akmol Hussain, 26, of Wapping, and Simon Alam, 19, of Whitechapel, admitted GBH with intent. They will be sentenced later.
Gregson, of Whitefield Avenue, Purley, appeared at Croydon Magistrates' Court charged with one count of GBH with intent against Pc Albuery.
Paul John Evans, 46, who lives in Colwyn Bay, has been charged with GBH with intent and will appear before Llandudno Magistrates Court this morning.
But prosecutor William Hunter dropped the more serious charge of GBH with intent against Vainikolo, who had a highly successful career with Bradford Bulls before turning to Union with Gloucester and England.
In addition to the murder charge, the three men are charged with GBH with intent on Ricky Williams, attempted GBH with intent on Mark Kilman and Ashley Evans and violent disorder.
Danny Drew Gibney faces eight charges including aggravated burglary with intent to inflict GBH, attempted GBH with intent and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
But Paul Andrew Griffiths denied a more serious charge of inflicting GBH with intent.
Jones, of Caldwell Road, Widnes, admitted causing GBH with intent and having an offensive weapon.
At Newcastle Crown Court, the 28-year-old denied attempted murder and attempting to cause GBH with intent.