A woman charged with grievous bodily harm after a man was found with stab wounds in Boston has today (Monday) appeared at Lincoln Crown Court.
Speaking through a Lithuanian interpreter, Laura Barzdaite, 30, of West Row, Boston, spoke only to confirm her name during the five minute hearing.
No pleas were entered and Barzdaite was granted bail on condition that she continues to live at her address and does not contact the victim, who has been named as Gintaras Saulavicius.
She must also report three times a week to Boston Police Station.
Judge Michael Heath adjourned the case for a plea and case management hearing at Lincoln Crown Court on October 9.
Barzdaite was arrested at about 12.40pm on Saturday, June 20, after Mr Saulavicius was found with stab wounds in West Street, Boston.