A group of four teens appeared in the Royal Court yesterday in connection with an alleged knife attack in the area of Le Geyt earlier this year.
Two of the young people were charged with attempted murder, grave and criminal assault and possession of an offensive weapon on the evening of 9 January.
Appearing before Deputy Bailiff Robert MacRae, who was presiding on Friday, the other two denied charges of grave and criminal assault and affray.
Three of the group were released on bail, while one of the young people accused of attempted murder was remanded in custody.
None of the group can be named for legal reasons.
The group are currently scheduled to stand trial on 6 March 2023, and will next appear in court in November.
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