grievous bodily harm

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grievous bodily harm (GBH)

the crime of causing really serious injury to another.
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Sandhu, 34, from Great Barr, and Sangha, 33, from Wolverhampton, along with Londoners Dilbag Singh, 37, and 39-year-old Harjit Kaur were all convicted of grevious bodily harm.
Nicholas Cork, 32, was charged with causing grevious bodily harm with intent, aggravated vehicle-taking and driving while disqualified, Devon and Cornwall police said.
Osian Scott of Lon Wenol, Llanfairpwll, is charged with causing grevious bodily harm to 59-year-old Peter Livermore,, and of destroying a door at the victim's home in Russell Avenue, Colwyn Bay.
Scotland Yard said that two male participants were arrested for public order offences, while a third detained on suspicion of causing grevious bodily harm.
A TEACHER who snapped and attacked a pupil who had been goading him was cleared of attempted murder and causing grevious bodily harm with intent.
The Saudi, a junior member of the kingdom's extended royal family, is also charged with 'unlawfully and maliciously' causing 32-year-old Abulaziz grevious bodily harm at the hotel on January 22.
The 21-year-old man, who walked into a police station in Newton Aycliffe on Sunday with his family will appear at magistrates court today charged with causing grevious bodily harm.
England skipper Andy Flintoff did not know which way to turn as one by one his bowling attack was subjected to grevious bodily harm from an Aussie who many suggested had passed his best and could be dropped from the team.
Piovesana, of Rothay, Tam-worth, was convicted of wounding PC Smith with intent to cause him grevious bodily harm following a jury trial.
However, Peter Davis was cleared of assaulting PC Darren James with intent to cause him grevious bodily harm, and Wendy Davis found not guilty of both affray and a charge of common assault against PC Kelly.
Craig Looby - pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to causing grevious bodily harm without intent
A MAN has appeared in court facing a charge of maliciously wounding with intent to cause grevious bodily harm and a separate charge of possessing a bladed article in public - namely a kitchen knife.