Three men to go on trial after denying grievous bodily harm charge

Court news
Court news

Three men will go on trial in the New Year after they denied causing grievous bodily harm to two men following an incident in Boston.

Andris Apstis, 36, of no fixed address, Mark Gidevic, 27, of Granville Street, Boston, and Aleksandr Kudriasov, 40, of Glen Drive, Boston, all pleaded not guilty to causing Algis Likso and Ramunas Kaleckas grevious bodily harm with intent on September 12, 2015, when they appeared at Lincoln Crown Court today (Friday).

All three together with Marina Erte, 32, of Glen Drive, Boston, also denied a charge of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice on September 12, this year.

A fourth man charged in connection with the incident, Andrej Kiselov, 39, of Tattershall Road, Boston, appeared in the dock but did not enter any pleas.

Judge John Pini QC adjourned the case for trial beginning on 7 March. The trial is expected to last four weeks.

All four men were remanded in to custody until there next court appearance. Erte was granted conditional bail.