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Hi, thank you for your message. It is a difficult situation as you have claimed that your husband hit you but now are saying he did not. This is very common in domestic abuse cases and the police must therefore take these allegations very serious. This because many women that are victims of domestic abuse tend to change their stories in fear of what will happen to their husband or their future. If it is the case that he did not hit you than you will need a good reason to explain why you initially said that he did. I would strongly advise that you instruct a solicitor in your area to represent you in this matter. At this point the police will finish carrying out their investigations and if they find no reason to charge your husband he will be able to come home. The difficulty here is that you have accused him of hitting you. Therefore as stated above you should instruct a solicitor to represent you and explain the full situation the solicitor. If you are further questioned by the police you should only do so in the presence of a solicitor.
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