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
A7- "Yes you can communicate with a Solicitor".
+ I am happy with your answer,also in dealing with you, and will continue seeking your advice when I receive the phone call, or should I attend on 24/07/15 until its over,
+ I did not mean a random solicitor but I meant the appointed solicitor to the case at the police station who attended the interrogation , who might have an answer to the reason of escalating the case making it that serious, but he did not provide his details,
I doubt to get it from the station, and do not intend to ask the officer
Maybe that is why you advised to wait !
2- what you mean by "a court can review bail conditions"
Is it a court case?
Why the wait of 12 days
Is the review on 24/07/15
I will grade your answer, please advice how to continue & the charges
I received the phone call from the police officer late Thursday 23 July, and advised that the case is closed without charge, and there is no need to attend on Friday 24 July
Thank you for your kind support in this matter