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At this stage you would not need to put forward a defence because that would be something you would present in court if you are charged and prosecuted. You can complain to the police yourself on 101 in relation to the harassment though. I trust this assists
Yes that it is in relation to harassment under the protection from harassment act 1997. In terms of a caution there is no strict time limit on when the caution needs to be given. You can think about it you do not have to accept it immediately, in terms of how long it is likely to be a few days rather than weeks. No you will not be arrested for refusing the caution and if you are on bail now you would likely continue with bail until trial. I trust this assists
No there is no maximum amount he can demand, he can demand what he likes but obviously if it is too much so it is not affordable there would be no settlement. Your financial situation would be taken into account as to what is affordable for you. There is no legally binding resolution to prevent police action. I trust this assists
If is a criminal offence it would not be him but the police and crown prosecution service but yes they could. I trust this assists
No if you accept the caution that is the end of the matter. I trust this assists
I would suggest you wait until you hear the outcome of his against you but it is up to you. I trust this assists
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