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Assault Occasioning Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent is a serious offence governed by section 33 of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW), carrying a maximum penalty of 25 years imprisonment. This charge involves causing intentional harm that results in grievous bodily harm or wounding to another person.

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‘Grievous bodily harm’ (GBH) is defined as ‘very serious harm’ and encompasses, a range of severe injuries, including:

  • Any permanent or serious disfigurement
  • The destruction of a foetus, other than by a medical procedure
  • Any grievous bodily disease

‘Wounding’ is characterised by the breaking of both layers of the skin, namely the dermis and epidermis, and includes instances like a ‘split lip’.

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