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yes. Although shortly afterwards at the police station I explained my mental health situation, the alcohol and medication misuse, that I was angry when I made the allegations and that I was sorry for wasting their time.
How would I go about arranging a solicitor to accompany me tomorrow at such short notice. Also I do not know what time the interview will be and if the police will come to my home or take me to the station. Will I qualify for free legal representation - I am unemployed and my partner is retired. Finally as I said my partner has only ever viewed pornography that he believes to be of males who are 18 or older. However if the police believe some of the images on the computers are of under age males what should my partner and I do next.
If I am charged with wasting police time should I agree and sign a statement to that effect. What will happen if I do or do not agree to this allegation?
Thank you for your time.
Sorry just one last thing. Should I not sign a statement saying that I lied/ or not sign a statement saying that my partner views illegal images.
Should I expressly say that I lied and if I don't then what do I say about the allegations I made - I am concerned that the police will believe the allegations to be true if I don't admit to lying. Surely I have no option than to either admit that I lied or allow the police to believe my allegations are true.
What if I say that some of the images my partner views look like they could be under-age, but that my partner believes they are not and that I am probably mistaken in thinking those images are underage. Thanks again for your help
This is my last question. If the police do believe some of the images on my partner's computers are illegal what does he and I say/do next?
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