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this is the only time the police have been involved in your domestic life?
Have you admitted the offence?
That's a shame. They won't dropped this. You have admitted the offence. This should have been a no comment interview.
I would expect a low level community order or possibly a fine if you are very lucky. It is not really high level assaults, in fact I am surprised that the police did not issue a caution to the police station. The problem is it will lead to a conviction which is unattractive.
Can I clarify anything for you?
No, it would be best to make no comment interview. All we are doing now is picking up the pieces.
A caution is not going to happen now. That can only be negotiated by the solicitor that he would have been offered at the police station who in this case probably would have told you to make no comment interview.
Custody is possible but is not particularly likely for this case.
If you have admitted this in interview then you don't have any other option but to plead guilty.
Community order is the most likely option.
Yes, unfortunately it does and you will
It doesn't matter whether she has withdrawn or not.
You have admitted it.