grievous bodily harm

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grievous bodily harm (GBH)

the crime of causing really serious injury to another.
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He adds: "Originally he says it's GBH and then he says it's GBH with intent, which carries a sentence of life whereas GBH you can get maybe five or six years and he's thinking, 'He'll be out in two, it'll be alright.
Field, of Kevins Drive, in Kirkby, was sentenced to 12 years and 9 months for kidnap, false imprisonment and GBH with intent.
Antonio Ziu, 22, of Warwick Avenue, Bedford, and Vincent Kingswell-Shaw, 23, of Foster Road, Kempston, were convicted at an earlier trial of conspiracy to commit GBH with intent and possession of a shotgun with intent to endanger life, police said.
An eighth defendant, John Kent, 54, of Culverwell Drive, Salford, denies conspiracy to commit GBH with intent over a shooting at a car wash in Ashton-in-Makerfield on March 30, 2015, when Jamie Rothwell, said to be a member of Michael Carroll's gang, was shot.
Police have arrested two men, aged 24 and 22, on suspicion of causing GBH with intent and they were in custody helping with inquiries.
Victorino Chua, 48, is also accused of one count of GBH with intent, 22 of attempted GBH with intent, seven of trying to give poison and one count of causing poison to be given with intent.
After Jenkin admitted GBH with intent at Truro Crown Court on Friday, Ms Nash said she was glad he had "at least taken responsibility for changing my life forever".
Their attackers Jamie Newington, 29, and Steven Shevill, 32, were jailed for ten and 11 years respectively after admitting causing GBH with intent.
But he denies the more serious charge of inflicting GBH with intent.
Ali M Kadkhodaei-Fgagijan, 46, of Springbank Road in Bradley Mills appeared at Bradford Crown Court yesterday, and pleaded not guilty to charges that he attempted to murder his teenage son on July 14, and attempted to inflict GBH with intent.
Media had been banned from reporting the child's conviction so he could receive a fair trial on the GBH with intent charge.
Murray, who appeared before Coleraine magistrates on Monday with brothers David, 21, and Brian, 23, McAllister from Beechlands, Carnlough, is charged with false imprisonment and assault causing GBH with intent. He will appear via videolink again on October 18.