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Is a bail condition to contact my wife of 30 plus years open

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Is a bail condition to contact my wife of 30 plus years open to appeal? I also can’t go near my freehold property or within 1 mile of it
Assistant: Where are you? It matters because laws vary by location.
Customer: Uk england
Assistant: What steps have you taken so far?
Customer: Stressed
Assistant: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: No
Hi, thank you for your message. Can you briefly explain your case please?
Customer: replied 11 days ago.
For some reason I told a doctor that my husband had hit me. They called the police. Husband was PACE arrested. .......released on pre-charge bail. Condition not to go within 1 mile from my home/business or contact my wife (who lives at said business).

A second question, sorry.

Officers searched my house top to bottom. Emptying EVERYTHING in search of a specific hat.

They found it and claim my husband hit my hat wearing head.

They are conducting DNA/forensics etc on the hat now.

My husband is seen on our CCTV the day prior AND on the police interview tape, wearing a very large thumb bandage.

The incident the police speak of never took place. My husbands bandage fibres will not be in the hat. Nor will any of his blood. Do I tell point the police towards this? I want the bail conditions lifting as you can imagine!

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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Customer: replied 10 days ago.
Thank you for your time

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