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Ok. So what is your question about this?
They probably will arrest you if you have been invited in for interview. It is possible that they will deal with you volunteer for that really doesn't change very much about your experience at the police station.
If you have been making contact with him in breach of a harassment warning then they probably would be considering prosecuting for harassment. It is possible that they could offer a caution instead. If your primary question is whether you have a defence though then, on the face of it, you do not.
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Not particularly. This is just not really mitigating. This is just failing to accept that that he wants a separation.
On the face of it, I would have expected a charge here.
They will send it to court.
I would expect a fine or a low level community order.
They will make a restraining order preventing further contact.
Oh yes, that is a threat.
That is going to increase the sentence although only to a community order.
I am sorry but I cannot tell you that this is not an offence.
It is an offence to plan and plot.
And anyway, this isn't a plan and a harassment.
No, normal people don't.
However, normal people don't call the police.
There is no defence in commenting upon what normal people do. Normal people live normal lives and sort out their relationship squabbles.
Abnormal people summons up the police at public expense.
That is no defence.
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