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Cockermouth man denies dangerous driving charge

[A] MAN will go in trial later this year after he denied a dangerous driving charge.

Hugh Redmayne, 56, appeared at Carlisle Crown Court today (FRI).

During a brief hearing in front of Judge Peter Davies, Redmayne pleaded not guilty to a charge which alleges he caused seriously injury to Paul Wilson by dangerous driving.

This relates to an incident on the A5086, between Cockermouth and Egremont, on May 31 last year.

A case timetable was agreed by the respective lawyers in the case.

Redmayne, of Deanscales, Cockermouth, was told his trial is due to take place at the crown court in the week of April 18. It is estimated this will take around two days.

In the meantime, Redmayne was granted unconditional bail.

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