Have you done this before?
Ok. But have you called the police before?
Ok. So have you done this before?
Ok. They have given him a domestic violence protective order.
I'm afraid you do not really have much chance of doing anything about that. The reality is that you have done this before and did do this on this occasion and he has admitted it.
Even if you appealed a court is not going to say that it was wrong to give him a DPO.
The only way to avoid this I'm afraid is not to call the police to a domestic incident.
that is always supposing that they have not charged him and sent him to court although I think the 24th August would be too late for that.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Not if he has admitted it.
There is nothing that can be done if he admitted it.
If he pleads it will be adjourned for a sentence.
They won't lift his bail conditions realistically.
They are not going to let him come home.
You can go there. It is a public court.
It depends what you have alleged and what he has admitted?
Did you have any injuries?
What about reddening of the skin?
That is what officer's usually note.
Yes, but when the officer attended?
This answer will only be right if you give me accurate information.
They could impose a restraining order but they wouldn't normally do that on the second occasion you have done this.
If this were to happen again then a restraining order may be likely.
Oh yes, we all have rows.
The problem is that this has come to the attention of the police.
In the long run but not immediately for the reasons above.
I'm happy to continue with this but please rate my answer.
It depends what he does. If it is court on the 24 th and he pleads guilty then it will be adjourned for sentence.
If he pleads not guilty then it will be adjourned for trial.
I am not really able to predict the sentence.
It is not really possible to tell what he has admitted.
It depends on his previous and upon the allegation.
Common assault can be committed in many different ways.
Yes, the question won't close from your side.
All the best.