Man Facing Grievous Bodily Harm Charges Told to Stay Out of Warwick

Has been granted bail

Man Facing Grievous Bodily Harm Charges Told to Stay Out of Warwick

A man facing grievous bodily harm charges has been told to stay out of Warwick by the Brisbane courts.

The man is facing the charges after allegedly stabbing his cousin with a hunting knife four times during a fight in August 2016.

He was facing an attempted murder charge but that was down-graded to intending to commit grievous bodily harm during the court process.

After being locked up for 267 day he was granted bail, however, he is not allowed to drink, commit a crime enter the Rose City apart for court.

His case is set to be heard on May 8th. 

 

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