Nightclub attacker who knocked man out without warning could have killed victim, court told
A man who punched someone without warning outside a nightclub in Melton Mowbray could have killed him, a judge has warned.
Spencer Handley punched his innocent victim unconscious, causing him to fall and break his jaw on the pavement.
The injured teen also gashed his head and sprained an ankle, stopping him from driving, going to work or pursuing active hobbies.
Handley pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm outside Tubes nightclub, Melton Mowbray, in the early hours of December 2 last year.
The 19-year-old's sentence includes unpaid work, paying compensation to the victim and a six... read more
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