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Friday, 27 February 2015

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Man attacked his wife, Carlisle court told

A man has admitted assaulting his wife and putting her in fear of violence.

Marcin Mariusz Franciszcak, 37, had originally been accused of harassing and threatening to kill Karolina Przybylo but those charges were dropped when he pleaded guilty at Carlisle Crown Court to alternative offences of affray and common assault.

The details of the charges were that Franciszcak admitted were that he used or threatened unlawful violence against Ms Przybylo following an incident in June and assaulted her by beating her in February.

Those he denied were making a threat to kill her, leading her to believe he might carry it out, on June 13 and assaulting, threatening or intimidating her on several occasions between last November and June.

Franciszcak, of Goodwin Place, Carlisle, was remanded in custody for background reports and will be sentenced on Friday, September 26.


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