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Where have you heard this from - the police?
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i am a criminal solicitor,
Your best course of action is to wait to see if the police contact you. If they do, they would most likely as you to attend the police station as a voluntary attender to be interviewed. Then you can show the. What she has been doing . Domestic violence could be common assault such as a push. It could now also include coercive conduct
Yes, I would always recommend using the duty solicitor at the police station. Due to covid19, at the moment this would only take place by phone.
Also yes, what she is doing would help,you discredit what she says. It could even go against het as attempting to be coercive towards you.
Only, do not reply or contact her, or post anything online or to friends about it.
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