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I visited a local with partner and 3 year old child on the 28th of April 2014 while there my son was feeling on easy. I tried to calm him down by giving him my car keys. My son is fanatical about cars so I thought it was a good idea. This did not stop him from crying and wanting to get out of his buggy. I snatched the keys from him and told him that I will not take him out for drive if he does not behave. We concluded things there and left but I was arrested six days later by the police. It prevailed that my partner had made gone to police six days later. Prior to her visit to the police she had visited the local store fours days after our visit to speak to the customer service assistant to collaborate her account. The statement she gave to the police that she believed that I hit my son but she did not claim to have seen me to that. I was informed by the police that they will review the CCTV footage in the stored as part of their investigation. They had also spoken to the customer service assistant who collaborated my partner's account. It has been almost three months now and awaiting a decision from the police/CPS.
I am asking if the CPS has timelines for cases and if a lawyer can exert pressure to hasten the process as it is taking to long on a case such as this