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grievous bodily harm in Crime topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrievous bodily harmˌgrievous ˌbodily ˈharm noun [uncountable]  British English lawSCLSCC serious injury caused by a criminal attack syn GBH
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grievous bodily harmAnother 40 people are facing charges of riot and conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm.Arthurs, 33, of Exeter, was jailed for nine months after admitting causing grievous bodily harm.On that occasion he received a sentence of imprisonment for causing grievous bodily harm.Quiet type, but with a neat turn in grievous bodily harm.Claire and Wynn were also charged with conspiracy to inflict grievous bodily harm on Cotter.It is claimed Metclafe inflicted grievous bodily harm to a man and then attempted to pervert the course of justice.In court Diaz admitted charges of inflicting grievous bodily harm and affray and Walker admitted affray and assault causing actual bodily harm.A local man who has been charged with grievous bodily harm will face further questioning today before he appears before magistrates.