A man has been charged with attempted murder after an alleged incident at Scarsdale on Saturday night.
Paul Bradley, 32, appeared in the dock of the Ballarat Magistrates' Court on Monday for a filing hearing.
The Scarsdale resident is facing a total of 10 charges.
Bradley's charge sheets, obtained by The Courier, reveal the Ballarat Family Violence Investigation Unit has charged him with attempted murder and other alleged violent offences.
He is also charged with strangling the victim placing her in danger of death and serious injury.
Other charges allege Bradley intentionally caused serious injury and committed assault by punching the female victim in the face.
Police allege Bradley also engaged in reckless conduct causing serious injury and reckless conduct endangering life.
It is understood Bradley was on bail at the time of the alleged offending.
He is charged with committing the indictable offences of attempted murder, reckless conduct endangering life, reckless conduct endangering serious injury and intentionally causing injury while on bail.
The charges were filed on Sunday in Ballarat.
Bradley did not make an application for bail at court on Monday.
His lawyer did not raise any custody management issues.
Police prosecutor Senior Constable Giles Brown made an application for a compulsory procedure for forensic evidence. The application was adjourned to Monday next week.
Bradley was remanded in custody to return to court on March 11, 2021 for his first committal mention.
If you are seeing this message you are a loyal digital subscriber to The Courier, as we made this story available only to subscribers. Thank you very much for your support and allowing us to continue telling Ballarat's story. We appreciate your support of journalism in our great city.