A HUDDERSFIELD teenager accused of trying to shoot dead a nightclub doorman is out on bail.

Raphael Hunte has been charged with attempted murder at a Bradford club last September.

Hunte, 18, of Couford Grove, Bradley, was remanded in custody by magistrates last week.

But after a 25-minute hearing before the Recorder of Bradford, Judge Stephen Gullick, yesterday he was told he would be released on conditional bail.

Hunte, who was charged with the attempted murder of Nazam Ahmed earlier this month, was not present at Bradford Crown Court for the hearing.

But he was able to take part in the proceedings via a video link system.

Mr Ahmed suffered a hand injury during a shooting incident outside Gilly's nightclub on Salem Street.

Judge Gullick told Hunte he would be released on condition that he lived at his Huddersfield address.

He will also be subject of a home curfew between 8pm and 7am.

Hunte must also surrender his passport and he is also banned from applying for any travel documents.

Judge Gullick also ordered Hunte to stay out of Bradford unless he was attending court or having an appointment with his barrister.

Hunte is also prohibited from having any contact with prosecution witnesses.

A provisional trial date was fixed for August 15.

But Hunte will next have to be at the crown court next Wednesday for a plea and directions hearing.