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No its not its the thirda occasion the other occassions are:-
1. my partner locked me out one night and I couldn't wake him to get in so I broke the pain of glass in the back door at the bottom to get in - he woke and thought it was a burglar and phoned the police himself, when they came there was glass in the kitchen and they thought he had done it but he hadn't I had and told them this and gave a statement saying that and no charges were brought against him although they did arrest him and take him away for the night.
2. recently we had a drunken argument and I meant to phone my mum to chat to her but pressed the wrong key on my phone and got through to my son's dad, because I was upset / drunk he wasn't sure what was happening and called the police (which I am sure he did on purpose as we are going through a messy split which has been going on for 2 years now), when the police arrived we were both in bed and everything was fine but they arrested him again for no reason
No I didn't sign any officers notes, I recall they took photo's of my face.
My son is 10, the police officer who came with the pre-typed statement for me to sign said the social worker said she wasn't concerned there was a problem.
I don't understand why they could take action against me when I didn't provide a statement? I was knocked out and completely confused and scared because of the blood when I came around; I am more concerned as to whether they will continue with the prosecution of my partner as he is due in court on 20th May will the CPS send him a letter saying the case is dropped or will he attend court and they will tell him then? I have tried contacting the police officer who came to see me however he is off at the moment.
Hi thank you can you just clarify last main paragraph 'There have been a number of other incidents and your injuries were not insignificant so they are not going to want to drop this lightly' I haven't had injuries previously. In your opinion will the CPS drop the case? would my partner be notified in the post or will they let him know on the day in court, and will the CPS send me any paperwork to advise on this?
No, but there have been calls to the police previously and this time your injuries were significant. I don't think they are going to be happy about dropping this. Long term though, if CPS have no other evidence but the CAD message they will have to. They can't drop it by post. He is charged. CPS would have to formally offer no evidence They might not do it by the 20th May though. Probably they will just keep adjourning it for endless reviews and never doing them knowing CPS as I do. Witness service will probably notify you.