A 67-year-old man has pleaded guilty in Jersey's Royal Court to threatening to stab another man.
Daniel Francis O’Connell appeared in Court today to admit three charges of assault, grave and criminal assault and being drunk and disorderly.
The charges all relate to an alleged incident in New Street, St Helier, on 15 March this year.
The case, presided over by Bailiff William Bailhache and Jurats Jerry Ramsden and Mike Liston MBE, will return to the Court next month.
Mr O’Connell, who wore a cross and a Celtic football shirt will return to the Court for sentencing at 10:00 on 23 June.
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