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Do you have a solicitor?
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They don't usually attend on a bail back but you are entitled to a solicitor if you are charged.
It won't be a further interview anyway. If it is then it would probably be a good idea to have a solicitor then.
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For threats to kill you would.
But it is probably not a threats to kill. That is quite a hard offence to prove.
Yes, not having a solicitor was a mistake. But nothing can be done about that now.
Try not to make contact with her. That is witness intervention.
Yes, they probably will.
The police certainly will.
Whether it is admissible is another matter.
They will be aware of that but it won't make much difference overall.
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You can ask to be interviewed again but they don't have to comply.
Also, it doesn't remove what you said in your first interview.
Just wait until you go back.
If you want to try to arrange an interview then you could do that but generally interviews are dangerous.
Unless you are saying you lied in the first interview.
If you can prove she is lying it would be better to do that at court not in interview.
If the police know about it she will be asked to account for it and then she will fashion her account to it.
Not for threats to kill Im afraid.
Delay does mitigate but not enough to get a suspended sentence.
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