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It depends whether you mean the police caution upon arrest or a police caution as a disposal. Tell me what was said to you?
Okay so that is a police caution. So basically have admitted the offence either in interview or by signing the officers notes and they have dealt with it by means of a caution which brings the matter to an end but stays on your record.
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Because you can't have a caution twice. They didn't believe you because you admitted the offence. This should've been a no comment interview and had you had the solicitor that you were offered they probably would've told you to do that
Yes, grabbing her is an assault
You could've tried to argue lawful chasticement but because you didn't have a solicitor you didn't do that and have now accepted a caution
Probably because you admitted the offence. You don't have to accept the entire facts alleged by the complainant to admit an assault
No but it is still a common assault which is what they have cautioned you for