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Have you been arrested or interviewed by police?
Were you represented by a solicitor in interview?
Were you represented
Very well, so how can I assist? What is your actual question?
That may well be the case, but you should be very concerned with the allegations. They are serious.
If social services are calling a meeting then I would suggest you seek a local fMily law firm to represent you with any child matters.
Did you state this in your interview?
Then I would expect the bail is for the CPS to review the case and decide what to do. Your solicitor can advice you on that, they were with you and know exactly what was said.
Really you need to speak to your solicitor as you are represented.
As advised, look for a family law firm to deal with the child matters.
Yes the file will go to the CPS, they decide whether to charge such cases.
It is serious allegations, so the decision to charge rests with the CPS not the police. The police investigate.
If she made it up, she could be charged with wasting police time, or attempting to pervert justice.
The allegations are very serious. Once a complaint is made, it is out of her control if it continues or not.
The CPS will consider everyth8ng.
Unfortunately this is the way the legal system works.
I really cannot comment on what was said in the interview, I was not there. You would need to discuss that with you lawyer representing you.
Rape is rape. There is only one offence, non consensual sexual intercourse.
Even if she agreed and part way through said stop, if you continued that is rape.
As advised that is not her decision to make now she has made the allegation.
If she felt forced yes.
As advised, the CPS will consider everything. I cannot answer for the CPS whether they will proceed
I am sorry I cannot answer for the CPS, you are asking me to guess what they may or may not do. I can advice on the law, Not guess, in any case there is a 50/50 chance either way.
Only the CPS can decide. I have already explained that several times.