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OK, thanks for the information. It is against GMC guidelines to inform the police without your consent, generally, but in cases where there are particularly vulnerable victims or a risk of harm to young children, for example, these guidelines can be sometimes not followed. But the issue now, as the potential complaint against the doctor is a separate issue, is obviously there bail conditions and the charges that have been filed.
Does he have a solicitor acting for him yet?
I note Jo has picked up this for you on another thread so I'll leave it to her to respond. Thanks.
I think it's up to the police to find provable links in the evidence, rather than you pointing out where you think there are none.
Just don't talk to them. It's not your job to try and make a forensic case for why your husband is not guilty.
After all he did assault you.
I don't think any of this is relevant, necessarily.
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