A man accused of stabbing another has today pleaded not guilty.

Jerome Dublin, 24, was charged with two counts of unlawful wounding after a 40-year-old man was found with stab wounds in North Road, Holtspur, on May 20, at around 11.45pm.

Dublin appeared via video link at a digital hearing at Aylesbury Crown Court today (Monday), where he pleaded not guilty to the two counts put to him by Judge Francis Sheridan.

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It means he will now face a trial at a date yet to be set.

Prosecutor Jonathan Stone told the court that forensics on a knife allegedly found near the scene are yet to come back.

Judge Sheridan imposed bail conditions on Dublin, who is currently in custody for a separate offence, because he is due to be released "shortly".

Dublin, who is reportedly staying in Sandhurst, will not be allowed to enter Buckinghamshire or contact the victim as part of his bail conditions.