grievous bodily harm

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grievous bodily harm

n
(Law) criminal law really serious injury caused by one person to another. Abbreviation: GBH
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Noun1.grievous bodily harm - street names for gamma hydroxybutyrategrievous bodily harm - street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate
gamma hydroxybutyrate, GHB - a club drug available in liquid or powder form is taken orally (frequently combined with alcohol); used to incapacitate individuals for the commission of sexual assault and rape
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grievous bodily harm

n (Law) → lesione f personale grave
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Craig Looby - pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to causing grevious bodily harm without intent
Following a trial at Newcastle Crown Court, the 24-year-old was found guilty of causing grevious bodily harm with 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.
But the 20-year-old was convicted of wounding with intent to inflict grevious bodily harm.
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 is also accused of attempting to cause grevious bodily harm to Mr Quinn's twin, Michael.
A 36-year-old Chelmsley Wood man has been charged with assault and taking a vehicle by force, causing grevious bodily harm and having no insurance.
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.
Liam Bennett leaves Teesside Crown Court after being |given a suspended prison sentence for inflicting grevious bodily harm
The two men face charges of conspiracy to commit a crime, assault, possession of controlled substances and causing grevious bodily harm.
He spoke once during the hearing to deny a charge of causing grevious bodily harm with intent.
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.