Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX the criminal question would be most useful.
As far as I know this is the first time, I agree it is ridiculous,he left the flat immediately and has not seen her since,she took a photo of the door and a red mark on her leg and used this as evidence. But my question is,how can I help him provide the court with mitigating circumstances? would a character reference from a solicitor uncle bear any weight,or a frank letter about our knowledge of her previous unreasonable behaviour?
I'm not sure if she was in court, he has been charged,he was advised to plead guilty and the "mitigating circumstances" are being heard on the 23rd of December before the judgement is made, please tell me if there is anything we can do to prevent him getting a criminal record?
Why are they looking at mitigating evidence?
Then i must repeat my first question, is there any character reference or letter we can provide to help his case ?