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Have you done this before?
You can make a second statement.
However, if he has pleaded guilty or been convicted then it doesn't matter what you do. The issue is that he has been convicted either by plea or conviction.
The only way to avoid this is not to make reports to the police arising from personal disputes.
You can always add any new information in a victim impact statement although the whole thing can be avoided by not involving the police at all.
Can I clarify anything for you?
How long ago was he sentenced?