A Scotsman has appeared at Exeter Crown Court by video link accused of attempting to murder a fellow countryman in an incident in Exeter.
William McGeough, aged 41, spoke only to confirm his name when he appeared remotely from a video booth at Exeter Prison.
He was not asked to make a plea but will be required to do so when the case returns to court on April 24.
McGreough, of Grafton Place, Glasgow, is accused of the attempted murder of 38-year-old Stephen Donnelly at Newport Road in Exeter last month.
He was remanded in custody by Judge Francis Gilbert, QC, who set a timetable for the exchange of prosecution and defence papers.
Mr Donnelly was treated for stab wounds at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital after the alleged attack.