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What she can do is apply to vary her bail so that the curfew no longer applies.
Or it could be changed to your address.
If she genuinely has mental health problems the Court need to be notified of this.
Is there some evidence that she has a history? If so the Court ought to be aware of this.
It may be that bail conditions are not appropriate, but it may be that some are.
But an application can be made through her Solicitor to vary bail.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
she had the tag at her mums address and was kicked out so it was changed to mine but she broke it so she went to prison for a week and then got out with it changed to a third address which has now been broken. she was not fit to plea due to mental health issues and it was adjourned for psychiatrict reports which i think may have been done now. she cant go home as the bail conditions include a ban on the area where she lives.
The only thing she can do is seek to very her bail.
If she is allowed to live with you then you need to keep her there.
i dont think she is because they removed the tag box when she went to prison. Im more concerned about getting her to see the doctor. but also i dont want the police knocking and arresting her infront of my children
Ok - you need to alter her Solicitor to this.
The Solicitor can alert the prison
It would also be a matter for Social Services to get involved.
They may be able to designate a mental health specialist to assist.
But if they do not know what is going on, there is nothing they can do
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