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The short answer is that it depends. Probablynot though.
They will have already reviewed this for thereto be a charge and there wouldn't be a subsequent review before going to court
lots of things May trigger a review but none ofthem arise here.
One of the things that would be consideredduring a review is the impact upon the complainant although not usually incertain circumstances. One of which is domestics as frankly the police havereally had enough of women wasting their time by making allegations and thenseeking to withdraw them .
The argument that they rely upon is that it isnot in the public interest drop these things as these women may be pressurisedwhen, in fact, that is a very idealistic view. Usually they are just using thepolice as a mediation service .
If you give me more information upon yoursituation I may be able to offer more
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