What my rights are?if i go to the police and tell them what's been happening and that he emtionally abuses me, saying i have no power etc
What is the best way to deal with that apart from moving out immediately which i can't afford and feel that he need to take responsibility for what's been happening to me. I don't feel safe staying at the same place, also i work night shifts and i know there is always drinking/drug party while i am not there
Thank you for your response.
How can i prove the cocaine possession?is picture of it in his wallet good enough?emotional abuse is a sort of domestic violence, i don't understand that it's not an offence....I have recorded him on my phone couple of times, also if i record what's been happening in the flat while i am not there, that he is taking drugs and drinking with his friends, would that not help?
Also if i take his hair for forensic tests, would that not be a prove?
Sorry one last thing.If i found cocaine again can I call the police straight away?would they be able to act immediately such as visit us at home?What's the best way to deal with it?as i don't want to get myself in more trouble.I just don't feel safe and need to do something about it in the meantime while i am getting myself new accomodation.
Yes, you can do that but you should be aware of the relatively minor nature of this offence. If this is a small amount of cocaine for personal use then if he admitted it at the police station and had no previous convictions or cautions he would probably just get a police caution. Even after a contested trial he would only be fined. He certainly isn't going to be remanded for weeks on end for this.
I suppose that the fact it was intended for his brother would amount to PWITS but he won't accept that in interview.