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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grievous bodily harm

n (Law) → lesione f personale grave
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Officers have since arrested a 17-year-old boy and a 28-year-old man, both from Stafford, on suspicion of GBH with intent.
Kelly, 28, of Gonville Road, Bootle was sentenced to 13 years and six months for kidnap, false imprisonment and GBH with intent. He was also sentenced to 10 months for a separate offence of aggravated vehicle taking and dangerous driving, which he will serve consecutively.
The driver, Saffa Gbonda, 25, of Walcourt Road, Kempston, was jailed on Thursday for 12 years after he was convicted of conspiracy to kidnap and GBH with intent at an earlier trial, police said.
They also deny an alternative charge of causing GBH with intent. The four men and three others - James Coward, 21, of no fixed abode; Lincoln Warmington, 32, of Summerville Road, Salford; and Dominic Walton, 26, of no fixed abode - deny conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
Brett Fenwick, 35, of Lower Barresdale, Alnwick, has since been charged with attempted murder, joint aggravated burglary, possession of a bladed article, and causing GBH with intent.
A TEENAGER who attacked an epileptic man leaving him with a broken nose and cut face was found not guilty of GBH with intent yesterday.
Harford denied GBH with intent in January and was cleared by the jury.
When officers were given authorisation to charge Rowe with causing GBH with intent and attempted GBH with intent, they found he had skipped bail.
Sakhib Choudhry, 24, of Manchester, and Addil Hussain, 23, of Slough, were convicted of GBH with intent and jailed for 12 and 10 years respectively.
He is charged with GBH with intent, possession of a weapon designed to discharge a noxious liquid, two counts of robbery, four counts of attempted robbery and five counts of attempted GBH with intent.
He was arrested on suspicion of GBH with intent and released on bail pending further investigation.