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you should not contact to the police regarding this matter because you are accused. your wife should contact to them and should make a request to drop charges against you.
if you will approach to them then they will not listen you. your duty solicitor can not help you if your wife does not take any step in your favour.
you should not contact to police or your duty solicitor. you should contact to your wife through your friend or other family member.
you can not see your child until you receive any further recommendations from police or court.
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I'm afraid the answer above is completely unrealistic.
What are you trying to contact the police about?
If it is to vary bail conditions then they are not going to let you go back and live with her.
You do have the option to appeal to the magistrates court although the reality is that they will not vary conditions to allow you to live with the accuser.
This is not the fault of the police This is the fault of your wife who caused all of this.
you do not actually have a human right to live at your address.
Can I clarify anything for you?
I'm very sorry.
No. You have to be realistic. They will not let you live there while this case is underway.
Yes, well. She caused this entire situation so don't you worry about her.
If you are charged then it could be several months.
make alternative arrangements and stop paying for the upkeep of that property. let her learn the true costs of calling the police to family rows.
yes, I understand.
You will get access to your children.
Just leave her to deal with the problems she has caused.
If you don't she will do this to you again and again and again.
You could start to make an application for contact but that will cost.
Better to just leave her to it. No contact will be really affecting her right now. It is your weapon.
i know it is hard now but you cannot live in a house where everytime she can't have what she wants the police are called and you are put out of the house.
I suppose it could be by then.
but don't contact her. She will be struggling with that.
It may be resolved by then. It depends really on whether you are charged and whether you are having a trial.
If you are still under investigation by then then you should be charged and you could make an application to the court to vary your bail to allow you to visit.
Yes, but they won't just let her drop the charges. They may summons her.
Of course she is regretting it. she just wanted to control you for a short time.
but you need to make sure that she can't.
Well she could be summonsed. She won't like that. She would be without you for much longer than she thought.
She will be suffering, don't you worry. You just leave her to it.
Oh yes, and you can do that if you want to at some point.
But this particular episode needs to be so hard for her that she will never do it again.
You are entitled to have the freedom to have arguments without waiting for her to call the police. All families row. Only a small minority of women call the police to control their partners.
There isn't really a way of doing that.
If they summons her and she doesn't attend she could be prosecuted. That would be quite good in the long run but that won't happen.
It depends on the allegation but I suppose it was a common assault.
It would be a community order.
You probably should have made a no comment interview.
Just do nothing now. Just wait and let the Crown try to get her to court.
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