A Newnham man accused of shooting a 52-year-old man in Invermay last month has been released on bail.
Harley James Wilmot, 22, appeared in the Launceston Magistrates Court on Wednesday for the continuation of a bail application after he was initially charged on April 30.
He was charged with wounding, recklessly discharging a firearm, attempted motor vehicle stealing and possessing a firearm without an appropriate licence.
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Mr Wilmot was also charged with other alleged offences, including resisting a police officer.
The alleged shooting occurred outside a property on Weaving Place, Invermay, on the morning of April 22.
A man required surgery at the Launceston General Hospital afterwards.
Mr Wilmot was released on bail to next appear in court on June 24.