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Bail conditions altered for Ballycastle man who punched brother.

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Ballycastle man Barry Lyttle appeared at a Sydney Courthouse once again on Thursday March 19th.

Barry Lyttle is charged with recklessly causing GBH after he punched his brother, Patrick, causing him to hit his head, leaving him unconscious and in a coma for 6 days after the incident.

During his appearance at court today, the bail conditions for Mr Lyttle were altered, reducing the number of times he has to report to police weekly to just once. Other bail conditions include the surrendering of his passport, a AU$2,000 surety and not approaching Patrick within 12 hours of drinking alcohol.

The case will return to court on 9th April.

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