A Corentyne man on Friday received a 12-year sentence for wounding his ex-wife.Robert Rollings, also called ‘Dagga Juju’ of Kingston, Corriverton, Region 6 (East Berbice-Corentyne), was found guilty by a mixed Berbice jury for wounding Sharmila Singh with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, or to maim or disfigure on July 3, 2014. Justice Jo-Ann Barlow sentenced him for the offence.Rollings was also on trial for wounding Sharmila Singh in an attempt to commit murder. The jury found him not guilty on that charge.The State’s case was presented by Prosecutor Stacy Goodings, and showed that Singh, who had severed the relationship with Rollings two years prior to the incident, went to her previous ex-husband’s home where she was attacked.In her evidence, Singh said she received chops to the back, head, right and left hands, fingers, wrist, forearm and shoulder. She had gone to the home of her ex-husband’s wake. He had died in the USA a few days prior.Dr Chandrawattie Lalbachan told the court that one of the chops to Singh’s right hand resulted in the loss of function to three fingers.Rollings, who was unrepresented, had earlier requested time to get legal representation and was given 24-hours by the court to do so.He returned to court without legal representation on Tuesday when the trial commenced.The state called three witnesses during the trial.