Suspended barrister Roderick Murray was remanded to Siu Lam prison's psychiatric ward yesterday when he surrendered himself at Tsuen Wan Court after jumping bail on assault charges last week. Principal magistrate Lambert Lee Ka-chai issued an arrest warrant for Murray, 46, last Friday after he failed to appear in court to answer two counts of assaulting police, one of criminal damage and a charge of overstaying, which has now been dropped. Murray pleaded guilty to the first three counts yesterday, but his plea was not accepted by the magistrate as Murray, in his mitigation, said he had forgotten most details of the scuffles and said he had no intention of injuring the police officers. 'I didn't mean to hurt them, I suffered injuries to my head as well,' Murray said. The magistrate said the mitigation amounted to a defence and turned down his plea. The case was adjourned to October 17 pending two psychiatric reports on the defendant. Murray was remanded to Siu Lam prison's psychiatric ward. Murray was accused of attacking two police officers outside the Mui Wo McDonald's on Lantau and vandalising three aluminium chairs worth $1,860 on July 6. In August last year Murray interrupted a District Court hearing with bizarre behaviour and made remarks outside court concerning District Court judge Chua Fi-lan. He was censured by the Barristers Disciplinary Tribunal for misconduct in June and suspended from practice for six months. He has since apologised for his remarks. After breaking two bottles of vodka in a ParknShop store in Discovery Bay last October he was bound over on two counts of criminal damage. He said at the time he was suffering a psychiatric illness and was receiving treatment and counselling.