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Trial date set for Hornchurch man accused of assault and driving dangerously

PUBLISHED: 15:20 21 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:20 21 February 2018

Cormack Doolin, 23, will be appearing at Chelmsford Crown Court in March. Photo: Essex Police

Cormack Doolin, 23, will be appearing at Chelmsford Crown Court in March. Photo: Essex Police

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A man from Hornchurch has been charged with a number of offences including driving dangerously, will appear in court next month.

Cormack Doolin, of Albany Road, was charged with one count of grievous bodily harm, one count of assault, driving dangerously, driving without insurance and possession of a class B drug.

The 23-year-old man appeared at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court yesterday (Tuesday, February 20).

He will appear at Chelmsford Crown Court on March 20.

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