One day after a man admitted to fracturing the nose of his ex-partner during an argument, he was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment for the offence.Thirty-five-year-old Leon Murray reappeared before Magistrate Faith McGusty on Tuesday, who handed down the sentence at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.When the matter was called, Murray had initially asked the Magistrate if he can compensate the victim; however, he was unable to accumulate the funds, therefore, he was sentenced for the offence, since he had admitted it.The first charge stated that on September 5, 2019 at Georgetown, he maliciously damaged one spectacle valued at $30,000 property of Shawn Solomon. The second charge stated that on September 5, 2019 at Georgetown, he inflicted grievous bodily harm on Solomon.The unrepresented man pleaded not guilty to the first charge however, he pleaded guilty to the second charge with explanation.Murray, in his pleadings to the court, had stated that Solomon pulled out two knives and started to fire chops. “It cut my hand, he then pick up a big wood and throw it on my neck. After he throw it, I got angry and picked up a big brick and throw it in his face,” Murray said.Facts on the matter stated that on September 5 at about 22:30h, the Virtual Complainant (VC) went home from work and saw Murray, after which an argument ensured. The court heard that Murray then armed himself with a brick and pelted the VC to his face. The matter was reported and the defendant was arrested.