Use "grievous bodily harm" in a sentence
1. Paragraph 221, 222, 225 ‐ grievous bodily harm, affray
2. 2 He was charged with maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm.
3. • The conduct may be either causing a wound or causing grievous Bodily harm
4. All three are charged with wounding with intent to commit grievous bodily harm and Affray
5. 5 He was charged with unlawfully and maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm and with assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
6. A 16-year-old boy, charged yesterday, has been remanded in custody accused of murder, grievous Bodily harm with intent, possession of an offensive weapon and possession of cannabis, while Romaine Williams-Reid, 18, of Erith Crescent, Romford, was charged with murder and grievous Bodily harm and will appear in custody at the Old Bailey on July 25.
7. Kisumu nine Askaris who were caught on camera dragging a female hawker on the tarmacked road have pleaded not guilty causing grievous bodily harm to her
8. Offenses against the public order and offenses against the person were mainly violent crimes, such as assault of a layman or police officer, threats, grievous bodily harm and affray.
9. Offenses against the public order and offenses against the person were mainly violent crimes, such as assault of a layman or police officer, threats, grievous bodily harm and affray
10. Following an incident near a Leeds nightclub in January 2000, in which an Asian student suffered severe injuries, Bowyer and teammate Jonathan Woodgate were charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent and affray.
11. A report to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner stated that of the 108 people charged with crimes such as grievous bodily harm, affray and riot and possessing offensive weapons, 72 were white and 36 were black.
12. ‘the party was looking for that elusive candidate from Anytown’ More example sentences ‘Supermarkets stand accused of committing grievous bodily harm to the social and economic fabric of British life, turning urban centres into ghost towns or undifferentiated Anytowns.’
13. Besides its jurisdiction over such cases as murder, manslaughter, malicious or grievous bodily harm, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, stealing, affray and rape, it undertakes civil claims in respect of accident cases and claims for damages for breach of human rights.