Hi Alex W
Thank you for your reply, and your kind follow up..
I am following your advice to wait until 24/07/15 to find out what has been alleged, I am also shocked to know that you think “it seems criminal damage”
However this is a cruel and critical period since 12/07, waiting anxiously for the case officer phone call rather than attending the police station again, meantime I am completely in the dark and do not know the implications in both cases “ either the phone call or the attendance”!.
1- Firstly I do not understand that (the reason why conditions appear necessary) “Interfere with/ obstructs justice” ! ? I believe that there was NO interfere with / or Obstruct justice …
The other options were: Committing an offence whilst on bail
For that person’s own protection
Failing to surrender to custody
For that person’s own welfare or own interests (if child or young person)
2- I do not understand why the police escalated the incident making it that serious?
3- Why could it be classified as “criminal” rather than “civil” matter
4- The problem is all about product’s quality control, if the spray function worked properly, I would not have to report the damage, however the superdrug attendant admitted he fault, but refuse to exchange it due to liquid leak and accused of tampering with the product
5- I don’t understand how come mobile phones should be permitted on the serving counter also whether it is personal or company
6- In the absence of any injury, Why have I been taken to the police station, in a police Van, held in a cell, seen by a solicitor then interrogated then released
7- I understand that I should not attend superdrug, but can I communicate with the appointed solicitor?
8- Should I have just accepted the damaged product, and the assistant decision
I am sorry for not grading NOW on: to wait until 24/07/15 to find out what has been alleged, however it will be highly appreciated if you kindly could comment on my above mentioned points of anxiety