Trial date fixed for landlord assault case
A man who allegedly assaulted the landlord of a Castle Cary pub has been ordered to stand trial in December.
Joel Christopher Mitchell, 21, of Church Street, Wincanton, pleaded not guilty at a previous appearance before South Somerset Magistrates to a charge that he assaulted Kevin Messenger by beating.
The court was told that the alleged incident occurred outside the White Hart pub on April 2 this year where the victim was the licensee.
The case had previously been set aside for a trial but the date had been postponed. When the case was put before the magistrates again a new trial date was fixed for December 12.
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Until then the defendant must remain on conditional bail on the understanding he does not attend the White Hart public house in Castle Cary.