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for background what breed is your dog please
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Ok, so what is your question? Are you asking if you have a defence?
Generally speaking if you don't comply with the requirements of restorative justice then you risk a charge. That is not guaranteed obviously but it is a risk.
On the fact that you are presenting the only charge they could bring against you is that of the non aggravated offence under the Dangerous Dogs Act and then she would have needed to fear reasonably for her safe day.
However, if you don't have £2000 then there is no alternative but to refuse or try to negotiate.
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Like I said, yes, you could be. it is a risk.
Yes, I have the point.
Yes, I understand. It is a risk I'm afraid. I would imagine they would agree to that though as they will want the money.
Until your 100th birthday although it would only show on DBS checks for a limited length of time depending on the sentence and the level of checking. Delighted to continue with this but please rate my answer.
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What is visible to anybody other than the police or courts.