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WHERE BY THREE PEOPLE PAYED , SAY D=== , A PERSON C---

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WHERE BY THREE PEOPLE PAYED , SAY D=== ,
A PERSON C--- , TO DO
THIS DID DO CONTRACT GBH ,
THE ONE PERSON HELD THE C -- BUT LET GO WHEN HE SAW KNIFES , OTHER TWO USED TO SLICE C ===
A PERSON C--- , TO DO
THIS DID DO CONTRACT GBH , AND C--- HAD TOLD THE VICTIM TO BEWARE AND ACT IN BANDAGES ,
BUT THE VICTEM TOLD THE LAW ,
THE PERSON WHO WAS PAID , KNIFED HIMSELF FOR NOT PAYING THE CONTRACTERS BACK ,
THEY WHERE COURT AND SENTANCE TO PRISON ,
BUT THE C WAS PAID BY OTHER THIRD PARTY TO MAKE THIS UP , AND SEND THE CONTRATERS TO PRISON ,
SO ON APPEAL IF C WRITES A LETTER THAT IT WAS STICH UP CAUSE HE OWED MANOY FOR DRUGS OTHER X THIRD PARTY , WHILL HE FACE CHARGES , CAN C MAKE ANY DEALS THAT HE WAS UNDER DURRESS , BEFORE HE HANDS LETTER TO LAW , CPS OR WHO CAN DEAL WITH SO THAT C DOES NOT RECIVE SENTANCE FOR STICHING THOSE PEOPLE ,
2 , ALSO ON OTHER MATTERS IF VICTEMS , DONT TURN TO COURT CAN THEY BE PRESUTEDS
THAN K YOU
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Jo C. replied 1 year ago.
Hello, what other matters are you referring to?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
ok can you just answer , if the victim of gbh does not go to crown , while on trail , would he the victem be in any touble with cps ,
would he face any serious matters like what explaim pls ,
thank you
Expert:  Jo C. replied 1 year ago.
Yes, he could.He could be the subject of a summons and failing to answer that is a contempt of court. That is fairly rarely prosecuted but it does happen more in the Crown Court than in the Magistrates. Only recently I watched a Judge send two prosecution witnesses to prison for 14 days for refusing to give evidence. It is not common but it could happen.Can I clarify anything for you?Jo