When the police take her statement to CPS when there is clearly no evidence and it is all hearsay. we have been told that the law will be more in favour of her due to her vulnerability as a young mother. (20yrs) and to cover themselves they may charge him a lower charge. can this be true. OMG.
Sorry, getting confused with the hearsay.
What I meant was it is her word against his.
she has no injuries, no police or GP records.
can they still charge him without any proof what so ever??
Is there something I could do?
again thank you for your time, especially on a Sunday.
Thank you Jo.
Hopefully meeting tomorrow with family solicitor to get a contact order from family court will put our minds at rest.
If my son did end up being charged, would this stop him being able to get a contact order.
Surely my son has rights to see his child even if charged.
They were not married, but his name, signed by both of them is on baby's birth certificate. Therefore he has NPR, non resident parental responsibility. ????
Thanks again Jo
I will leave you to your Sunday now.
Could you direct me to list of solicitors in Merseyside that offer legal aid for family law. there apparently are not many of them.
that would be great.
I have tried to google myself, but just law advisory sites come up.
thanks again Jo