Firstly, it is possible to have the bail conditions changed, yes, you will require to write to the police and explain why they should be changed. You can request for part of the condition to be removed or altered. In terms of what will happen it is really dependent on what can be proven in court and the seriousness of the offence. The court will also take into consideration what is called mitigating factors, i.e. if you were provoked etc. However I would sincerely ***** ***** a defence solicitor. In terms of your partner, whether she wishes to press charges or not is irrelevant. It is not your partner who is bringing the charge it is the police and CPS therefore it is entirely up to them whether it proceeds to court or not I am afraid to say.
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