Thanksfor the information
I'm sorry for the delay.
I'm not sure that I do understand yourquestion. Firstly, she does not have a right to a retrial. Nobody has a rightto a re trial in the UK. That is a decision for CPS alone consequent upon hungjury.
Obviously I won't know why the defendant isable to say certain things and not know of the consequences. I can'timmediately see the relevance of that anyway to a criminal trial. I suppose theissue is that it is easy enough to prove that he has done these things but noteasy to prove that he had guilty mind. Although a hung jury doesn't necessarilysuggest that. It might just be that they didn't believe her.
I'm not sure what you want to do to help her. Ifshe is prosecution witness then she cannot seek different counsel. This is nother case. It is important that people understand that. Complainants are no morethan witnesses. The prosecution barrister is a representative of the Crown withquite a different duty to that of the defence. It doesn't matter whether she isdispleased or not with his services.
Oh she really needs to do is concentrate upontelling the truth. that is all accusers ever need to do. None of the procedureof a prosecution is stressful if one concentrates on telling the truth anddoing no more than that.
If you are saying that she has tried to reporta breach of bail and the police have no record of that being a condition of hisbail then obviously there cannot be proceedings for that. It is quite unlikelythat he is debarred from a post code area because that is too wide. That isn'ta common bail condition in the UK.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Hopefully, I have answered your query in a waythat is simple and easy to understand. If anything remains unclear, I will bemore than happy to clarify it for you. In the meantime, thank you once againfor using our services.