Hit-and-run accused faces lengthy trial wait

A man who denies involvement in a hit-and-run will have wait almost a year before he can try to prove his innocence.

Friday, 7th May 2021, 11:23 am
Updated Friday, 7th May 2021, 11:24 am

Harry Dandy, 20, of Lily Lane, Bamfurlong, had already appeared before Wigan justices to plead not guilty to driving dangerously, fleeing the scene of an accident in Wyre Avenue, Platt Bridge on December 6 in which David Black was injured and a separate charge of assaulting Mr Black by beating.

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Having now made his first appearance before a Bolton Crown Court judge, Dandy was bailed and told to return to the court for a trial on April 22 2022.

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