grievous bodily harm

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grievous bodily harm (GBH)

the crime of causing really serious injury to another.
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McGilvray, 33, of Arbroath Grove, Hamilton, Scotland, and French, 32, of Forrest Gate, Hamilton, both deny causing grievious bodily harm with intent.
Farndon was living in Foleshill, Coventry, until his 2007 conviction for grievious bodily harm
Whitehurst has already admitted grievious bodily harm against Davenport and actual bodily harm against Davenport's mother Kim Stupple, who tried to stop the attack.
Cunliffe also denied unlawfully wounding Raymond Clark on the same day and a further charge of inflicting grievious bodily harm on him on August 31 last year.