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Being Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence

By: Lorna Elliott LLB (hons), Barrister - Updated: 18 Oct 2017 |
 
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Every year, many people in the UK are falsely accused of domestic violence. The reasons for this are wide-ranging. Some partners or ex-partners make up allegations of domestic violence to get out of a relationship that they are otherwise unhappy with, others do it to spite their partners, while some still want to ensure that they stop (usually) the father from seeing the children.

In other circumstances, a stranger, someone you know, or perhaps your child’s teacher could become concerned about an injury to your child or something your child says – and refers Social Services to you. The tragic fact is that this does happen to people who are totally innocent of any crime. Sadly, although in this country you are ‘innocent until proven guilty’, the truth is that sometimes people can get charged and found guilty for domestic violence on very little evidence.

What Can Happen

You can be arrested while in your own home, in front of your partner and children, and in full view of the neighbours. Then you can be taken to the police station, your DNA taken and held on file, and interviewed while under caution. You could find yourself in court, charged with an offence for which you have done nothing wrong. Worst of all, you could end up with a criminal conviction and sent to prison. The problem is, when emotions are running high after a break up or divorce, one call to the police can have far-reaching consequences. If word gets around your local community, you could suffer verbal abuse, harassment or worse for being a ‘monster’.

Your Rights

If this happens to you, you need to be aware of your rights. You are entitled to legal advice at the police station. If you waive your right, you may end up saying something that could be misconstrued, especially if you are tired or are lulled into a false sense of security by the interviewing officers. There have been many cases that have been successfully brought by the Crown Prosecution Service purely on the basis of an admission in interview at the police station.

If you do speak to a lawyer, tell them the truth because if you are coy, or uncooperative, they are not going to be able to advise you properly. The police may bail you to return to the police station on another date. If they do this, you MUST ensure you go back on the day and at the time specified, or you will be charged with an offence of ‘failure to surrender’ and a warrant may be issued for your arrest. If you are innocent of any crime, be persistent, stick to the truth and try your best not to get angry at any stage. If you find yourself in court, it is vital that you come across as genuine and sincere about your innocence.

Implications For Your Accuser

If your partner or ex-partner accuses you of domestic violence, when you have in fact done nothing wrong, by the time the police are involved your ex has already committed a criminal offence for which they could receive a prison sentence of up to six months. If they then go on to falsify evidence to the authorities – the police, social services etc – they are then perverting the course of justice. If the case actually gets to court, and you find yourself in the dock on trial for something you haven’t done, your accuser would in most circumstances have to give evidence in court. If they are still lying at this stage, they are committing perjury. These are all serious criminal offences for which your ex-partner could serve a long prison sentence.

See our articles on Being Falsely Accused Of Child Abuse and Being Falsely Accused Of Rape on this site.

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@Sab1971 - there is nothing you can do, except to apply back to court for more access to your kids now the allegations have been found to be untrue.
Copeland67 - 17-Oct-17 @ 1:57 PM
Diamond - Your Question:
Not sure if you can help as we are in Scotland and I know the law is different. If you can then I will try to tell you the whole story. I am doing this on behalf of my son who has gone through a horrible time with his ex and basically except for a short period in the middle of a year long battle has not seen his 8 year old son.

Our Response:
You may wish to seek legal advice where domestic violence is concerened. We can only give general guidance and legal advice is always suggested in situations such as this. You may wish to use the Separated Dads forum, which may help from a more personal angle.
SeparatedDads - 16-Oct-17 @ 12:39 PM
Not sure if you can help as we are in Scotland and I know the law is different. If you can then I will try to tell you the whole story. I am doing this on behalf of my son who has gone through a horrible time with his ex and basically except for a short period in the middle of a year long battle has not seen his 8 year old son.
Diamond - 15-Oct-17 @ 9:01 AM
My ex wife made a whole host of false allegations against me 3 months ago. I was arrested for Controlling and Coercive behaviour under the domestic violence crime. All af the allegations were false and included such things as controlling her bank account and alcohol abuse. I had plenty of evidence that the allegations were untrue and that she was only making them to remove me from the house and prevent me from seeing my children. I am lucky, I heard last night that the CPS are not taking any further action. What I need to know now is what I can do to prevent her from making further false allegations and smearing my name further. I was the main carer of our children before all of this and now I only see them for a few hours a week. Whilst I was on bail Cafcas advised during an interim hearing that I should have limited contact due to the allegations made and so now that is obviously no longer relevant. Also, the police don’t seem interested in doing anything about the false allegations or wasting police time. Do I have to ask them to do this or should it be automatic? Any advice would be much appreciated - I really don’t want her to get away with this - I have been made homeless and many of my friends have abandoned me as a direct result of what I was being accused of. Thanks in advance
Sab1971 - 14-Oct-17 @ 10:11 PM
My ex wife made a whole host of false allegations against me 3 months ago. I was arrested for Controlling and Coercive behaviour under the domestic violence crime. All af the allegations were false and included such things as controlling her bank account and alcohol abuse. I had plenty of evidence that the allegations were untrue and that she was only making them to remove me from the house and prevent me from seeing my children. I am lucky, I heard last night that the CPS are not taking any further action. What I need to know now is what I can do to prevent her from making further false allegations and smearing my name further. I was the main carer of our children before all of this and now I only see them for a few hours a week. Whilst I was on bail Cafcas advised during an interim hearing that I should have limited contact due to the allegations made and so now that is obviously no longer relevant. Also, the police don’t seem interested in doing anything about the false allegations or wasting police time. Do I have to ask them to do this or should it be automatic? Any advice would be much appreciated - I really don’t want her to get away with this - I have been made homeless and many of my friends have abandoned me as a direct result of what I was being accused of. Thanks in advance
Sab1971 - 14-Oct-17 @ 9:10 PM
My self and my 2 kids have been falsely accussed of me, cutting off my boyfriends daughters hair when I did not, that my 2 kids who r 12 and 9yrs bully his kid who are the same age , false, that I alway lie , because I tell the kids to do,the right thing and they want their way they lie always righf jn front of my face.these kids ho to contact with their mum and are always rude, talk to me with no respect. The mum coach the kids jn their behavior which is really bad, she has alleged that we r alcoholic s , she has coached her 12yrs old son to take pictures when we all go out with them, she has alleged that I don't clean because the she asked yhe son to ring on FaceTime to spy on us, he showed the kids rokm, now, caffcus r in volved, we r going to court she started all the lies and coaching the children when she knew my boyfriend wanted to change the contact so she started to coach the kids to be ruthless This women has told soo much lies and impacted on her kids so much it's horrible My two kids see everything,even neighbors .have the change in them,, the lady who looked after them gor 2 yrs before I came saw the changes. 3 Yrs Ago my boyfriend had a girlfriend and his ex did the same thing, made false allegations against her kids and filed for custody of the kids . My Boyfriend has had custody for 9 yrs. How do I protect myself and my 2 kids from this because it's geting worse . Caffcus are involved , she called police on us and the checked and saw no concern
Tari - 4-Oct-17 @ 2:12 PM
@Wendy. Cafcass have to listen to the allegations, but they don't have to act upon them. If the allegations were dropped then the court has to take this on board. If the allegations weren't dropped, your son would never have got this far to even be discussing it with Cafcass.
OHolt - 29-Sep-17 @ 11:30 AM
My son was accused of rape , on presentance bail for 18 months , then charged . Spiteful ex didn't want him in his children's lives and spoil new set up with new boyfriend . Long story short . It went to crown court and he was proven to be not guilty on all 7 counts a just result , faith restored in justice system . Today we were back at family court and his ex is acting like crown court never happen ! Same allegations and now spouting safeguarding the children , cafcass were with her upholding the same allegations he's been cleared of ! This can't be right or lawful . But their listening to her even after she been proven to be a liar ! Where's the justice for the fathers if it was a woman they'd be shouting equal rights ! But it seems fathers arnt given equality in these matters . It's a disgrace !
Wendy - 28-Sep-17 @ 6:09 PM
Alli. - Your Question:
My brother is being tried for rape on accusation of his ex wife he indeed not even touch her. it's a tactic of revenge as she decided to leave him when he was away for work cleaned out the house of brand new furniture his bank accounts of money as he has honesty n has shared all of everything with her! She never worked he provided quite a luxury of life for her. Not she's screaming rape! There is an such eveiendnce even supporting this. nothing other then making a statement of police report? He is facing a rape charge which consists of a 3 year jail sentence! It has cost him $50.000 Canadian funds.all isn't said n done. can I get some guidance ?? Please. I am from Canada ???? any ideas?

Our Response:
Unfortunately, as we are a UK-based website, we only can give advice on the back of UK-family law. However, unless your brother's ex can supply is sufficient evidence, it is very difficult to prove and therefore your brother would be unlikely to be convicted.
SeparatedDads - 28-Sep-17 @ 12:24 PM
My brother is being tried for rape on accusation of his ex wife he indeed not even touch her .. it's a tactic of revenge as she decided to leave him when he was away for work cleaned out the house ofbrand new furniture his bank accounts of money as he hashonesty n has shared all of everything with her! She never worked he provided quite a luxury of life for her . Not she's screaming rape! There is an such eveiendnce even supporting this.. nothing other then making a statement of police report? He is facing a rape charge which consists of a 3 year jail sentence! It has cost him $50.000 Canadian funds.all isn't said n done ... can I get some guidance ?? Please ... I am from Canada ???? any ideas?
Alli. - 27-Sep-17 @ 9:46 PM
I have just taken my ex partner to court toget access to my son which she stopped out of spite she went to a solicitor and said I had been violent towards her during the relationship baring in mind I've never been in trouble with the police and I've got no criminal record. So i was in court today and the court asked me what job i am doing and im currently about to start phase 1 in the British Army as this was said things went downhill,My ex has said I've been violent to heron multiple occasions baring in mind it's bs and there was no police reports filed and she has also said I can see my son only if supervised. Now this became a massive shock to me as shes blocked me out his life for 4 months. Now im expected another court hearing in January and as i was leaving today the court advisers have said the allegations will be going to the police baring in mind theres no proof or anything, I just want to know how this works, will it stop me having a future job roles which im aiming for or will it go down as a criminal offence, I've only just turned 18 and i haven't a clue what going on tbh, Can someone tell me what to do and how this stuff works
temp - 22-Sep-17 @ 4:43 PM
Justice - Your Question:
Guys, I’ve read so many on here and I am genuinely able to help. I’m a law graduate and have suffered something similar here before, I became an expert in this field. Send me your email and I’ll do my best to help as many as I can.

Our Response:
You might like to join the Separated Dads forum if you wish to offer advice. We can not allow private messaging via this site, or via the forum. But you are free to answer any of the comments openly on the forum or on any of the Separated Dads pages where all can see. Many thanks.
SeparatedDads - 22-Sep-17 @ 10:07 AM
Guys, I’ve read so many on here and I am genuinely able to help. I’m a law graduate and have suffered something similar here before, I became an expert in this field. Send me your email and I’ll do my best to help as many as I can...
Justice - 21-Sep-17 @ 2:00 AM
I was falsely accused of domestic violence by my baby mother,we are not married but we have 2 kids together, she's was an illegal immigrant but I helped her sort out her papers now, I've been paying both her rent and mine,so when I got this 2 bed flat from the housing association I said she can stay with me till she sort herself out not knowing I've invited trouble. Now I have been kicked out of my house for the last 6 months, our case in the magistrates court. I am really frustrated by the system that allowed this lady to take such advantage of me. Pls I need advice on how I can get her out of my flat. I pay the rent and all the bills till date. But the court still allow her to live in my flat toll free. Please help me.
Ade - 18-Sep-17 @ 9:37 PM
im currently going through the courts with my ex partner in regards to our daughter, in 2015 she set me up for a crime i didnt do or never would do common assault she caused injury to herself and put the blame on me, she later dropped the charges that i would of fought all the way in a trial, social services got involved because she has 2 other children and she lied to them too saying i did it so they would repeat what she said to other and social, i made the mistake to go back there and later she gave birth 9 months on, im not looking for advise i just want to make awareness its not right and i wouldnt wish it on my worst enemy
zac - 18-Sep-17 @ 4:51 PM
My son is now beginning to go through it the girl did it to her other child's father so she knows exactly what to do. She is the violent one police asked my son if he would like to press charges then they never went back to him and he decided to try keep it amicable so he could see he's son. He has kept away had no contact at all and she managesaid to get an emergency injuction on him can anyone tell me how this is possible.
Liss - 12-Sep-17 @ 5:21 PM
Sorry to have read all the comments and unfortunately I have fallen into the same trap.My wife in 2015 accused me of raping her but unfortunately I knew something was lurking in her mind-she was sexually assaulted by her cousin when she was 15-understandable but the words still ring in my mind but it never went any further-she seeked councelling soon after.With hearing those words I didn't hit her-she wanted a reaction-don't give your partner the satisfaction-walk away.In 2017 my wife went to the police to try and get me done for domestic abuse on the financial front but I had always done the finances from day one and we have a son of just under 3 yrs old.She left the martial home "telling everyone in her family" it was domestic abuse".So she left whilst I was at work under the secrecy of the police and social services and I knew this wasn't true but it was heart wrenching not knowing where my son was at the time.All along it wasn't true I wasn't charged or cautioned.She just wanted out.All she had to do was speak to me and I wouldn't have stopped her from leaving.It is now four months to the day since she left but in that time I have a shared parenting agreement.I have ring fenced our two properties so that she cant get her hands on the equity.Over the past four months I have not stooped to her level with evil comments like "you drunk" smoking weed" I pride myself.But I am one of the lucky ones just to get out alive but in four months she has written me an e-mail trying to say sorry for the comment " I raped her" which I have in writing from her.I have followed her timeline on social media.In 10 weeks of leaving me she is in a new relationship-I have pasted and copied the evidence.Thats all I need for my divorce then I take her to the dry cleaners financially and I will be getting custody of my son or at least close as dammitt-Women are not allowed to do such things if they are not true-there is so much upheaval but she doesn't know what is coming in the new year.Lesson here is-don't go down to her level be professional,trawl social media sites and check her timelines for evidence and wrong doing-just hang in there.it is hard work but make sure you protect yourself-tables always turn and be patient. To all the separated DADS out there if you have been falsely accused-hang in there.truth always comes out in the wash but mine was easy. Put your child(ren) first My argument is:If she left under Domestic Abuse it would take months if not years to trust men again but 10 weeks of leaving?
shafted - 9-Sep-17 @ 8:35 PM
I was served a non-molestation order recently, with a witness statement packed with lies and omissions. I was given the opportunity to challenge it. But due to finances and not really wanting to put friends on the spot, as well as being advised, not to challenge it! I did not! I didn't challenge the non-molestation simply because when I was home I was being constantly provoked with threats of calling the police, even if I spoke out of turn. So I had to get out for the purpose of safeguarding myself against false accusations. Now that I haven't challenged the order, I'm not sure if a non-molestation goes on my record. No one seems to know? As this now inhibits me working in my previous field of work! Does anybody know?
Goonerjay - 7-Sep-17 @ 9:50 AM
I would like to know if I can have legal assistance before a situation similar to those described in this post. it turns out that me ex mate made me a false claim of which she has not made the effect she has intended and I was released from the commissioner without charges or warnings. she took advantage of my absence while I was at the police station giving a statement to take our daughter and steal all my personal documents and my company apart from computer articles and projects of my work. we have already attended two appointments in the family court to try to resolve with who should live the child and the time that should be spent with the other parent. she continues to make the same allegations without meaning and changing history whenever asked the same questions of details of the facts ... even on the last visit to the family court she has had the nerve to say that I hit her the day I was detained in the police station giving a statement. I need legal guidance on how to handle this or any solicitor who will take care of this case here or recommendation?
Oliver - 3-Sep-17 @ 8:34 PM
I'm going thro this right now and iv been locked up let out on bail I have 2 kids that she is mentally abusing she keeps making up total lies about me to get me locked up won't let me see kids and had me kicked out of house I don't even smack my own kids and would never hit a woman Eva she has punched me several times I just held her arms till she calm down I need help pls I'm in victoria Australia iv tried everything and have proof it's all lies but no-one will listen pls I think about taking my own life 10 times a day as I see it as an only out I don't and won't do that but shouldn't be forced to think that pls someone help me
mark - 1-Sep-17 @ 7:29 PM
this seems to be happening more and more. There seems to be no ramifications for women inventing these lies to get one over on an ex partner (hell hath no fury) if thats a legal defence. Either way i agree the courts do still favour women but all have improved with the treatment of men also. One thing that does get me is how as a man your respected to be able to take a slap off a women and its treated as a non emergency but the second a women takes a slap (usually due to retaliation from there actions) it is treated as the man is capable of mass murder. there needs to be a great reform as the modern consensus seems to be that women use the police as a threat rather than being genuinely victimised and scared. i myself have witnessed the situation first hand, most recently staying in a relationship for nearly 18 months through the fear of being arrested over lies. this in itself i think is a form of control and abuses mentally. there is not enough deterrent to stop women / men (less common) from inventing these lies over emotions and high tempers.
bramwell83 - 1-Sep-17 @ 11:02 AM
@sandy - there are a lot of men trying to get their voices heard and the courts do treat fathers better than they did even a decade ago. Not all 'women' and 'mothers' are like this. It swings both ways, there are awful dads who commit domestic violence and do other equally despicable things. It's really about the individual. There are a lot of mean/spiteful individuals out there of both sexes.
Aiden*& - 25-Aug-17 @ 3:08 PM
OPP - Your Question:
My wife left home with our three kids (8, 4, 1) with the help and influence of her brother to his house while I was at work. That was on 7 May. Since then I have seen my children. she filed divorce on the ground of domestic verbal abuse and control. My position is that is not true and allegation. I didn't contest petition and we are waiting for decree.We started negotiations on children through solicitors. First, she said she is only agreeable that I see them at a supervised contact centre as she has worries that I take kids abroad although all kids’ passports are with her. she said I have birth certificates and I may use them to have new passports from the consulate of our original country. I submitted those certificates to my solicitor but she is still refusing contact at my house. I only started talking to them via Skype an hour every week. I spent £1500 on that to my solicitor to get that “small achievement”, and I am worried I may get nothing if I take the case further to court.I am very nice dad, and even nice husband. I never committed and violence against my wife and police never intervened. but she is now alleging that I was abusing her verbally. that is only allegations without any proof.I started paying a £874 pm child maintenance, and still waiting to start exchanging form E for financial settlement.I want contact with my children whom I haven't seen since more than 4 months. what can do and are the chances? Thank you for replying.

Our Response:
Mediation may be the next option for you to consider and if you both cannot come to an agreement via mediation (please see link here) then court would be your only option. However, the courts do want fathers to have a consistent and stable relationship with their children and it is better that you approach trying to rectify this matter sooner rather than later. If you cannot afford legal fees, you can represent yourself in court. Many non-resident parents are doing this with success, please see link here .
SeparatedDads - 22-Aug-17 @ 1:59 PM
My wife left home with our three kids (8, 4, 1) with the help and influence of her brother to his house while I was at work. That was on 7 May. Since then I have seen my children. she filed divorce on the ground of domestic verbal abuse and control. My position is that is not true and allegation. I didn't contest petition and we are waiting for decree. We started negotiations on children through solicitors. First, she said she is only agreeable that I see them at a supervised contact centre as she has worries that I take kids abroad although all kids’ passports are with her. she said I have birth certificates and I may use them to have new passports from the consulate of our original country. I submitted those certificates to my solicitor but she is still refusing contact at my house. I only started talking to them via Skype an hour every week. I spent £1500 on that to my solicitor to get that “small achievement”, and I am worried I may get nothing if I take the case further to court. I am very nice dad, and even nice husband. I never committed and violence against my wife and police never intervened. but she is now alleging that I was abusing her verbally. that is only allegations without any proof. I started paying a £874 pm child maintenance, and still waiting to start exchanging form E for financial settlement. I want contact with my children whom I haven't seen since more than 4 months. what can do and are the chances?. Thank you for replying.
OPP - 22-Aug-17 @ 3:21 AM
Our son has gone to hell and back, a sytem that absolutely is gender biased. I myself a woman now understands why men walk away from their children. At 70 I have many family and friends there is not one weak woman. We all say the men put their heads down and let us get on with it. The men stand no chance against spitful, manipulate and downright liying women, and the system allows it. No wonder we are a fractured society. We are in the middle of the most stressful time of our life's because of how our sons wife decided to end the marrage and move aother man in, plus her mother permanently here from poland. Not seeing the children has crushed him knowing an 19 is in in house seeing the little girls and he can not because of her lies and plan. Caffcas arranged finally for him to see the children stating we could see them too, we had not been able to see them or our son hardly through out their 8 year marriage. She had agreed with the caffcas advisor to the court then deined it all. The judge finally sees the stupid lies his wife made up saying the 8 year old had said it. What terrible person to blatantly lie to the court blaming her child's reporting. We are not there yet but our son has fought everyone, our MP has been great. Wrote to chief constable, head of CPC and constantly spoke to our local police about false allegations to them and family court. We are sure they all see what has happened but won't look at the evidence to show contradictions and the plan to get him out of their house. Winner takes all. Its time right now to give men the chance to be heard properly and not to be sidelined any more. Not all women, I don't class myself as one, but they are not nice and see now so much unhappiness caused by these women, always its the mens fault. We have come along way from our grandmother's day and have a lot of support, but none for the men, why. Sandy
sandy - 17-Aug-17 @ 1:16 PM
I read that some people are wondering why SOME women can get away with false allegations, ONE of the reasons behind this is that the legal system has to make money, to keep all the judges, the cops, the solicitors in their well paid jobs. The best person to pay for this lucrative 'business' is the dad, as they have the role of provider. In other words the law is a business, and the TRUTH doesnt matter, what matters is the (false) perception. They look for the possibility that the false concepts in the minds of the people involved in the legal system would be likely to exercise that false belief, to get the dad. We all know quite a lot of WOMEN are likely to exagerate, and have been lashing the dads with abuse for years. The truth is the rich elite abuse women by planting their false ideas of 'controlling' etc. They do this with media TV which acts this out, so these women can be groomed into these false concepts. ( some dads maybe abusive, but whats wrong is the systematic abuse of dads, by the system pretending to be just)
Adamy - 16-Aug-17 @ 6:53 PM
My ex wife has kept me from seeing my children even thought I have been paying the mortgage and the kid's school fees. She does not work and I am taking care of everything and she has gone to court to prevent me from living anywhere on my estate. She is doing this out of spite becuase I am no longer with her and have a new partner.
The G Man - 15-Aug-17 @ 1:24 PM
I left my family home 3months ago so me and my ex could have a break from eachother, we both have equal rights as its a joint tenancy! My ex then contacted the council and community law for advice and they told her the same thing as they told me and that was, I can go back when ever I want as its a joint tenancy. Because of this my ex partner has contacted the police and said I've hat her?? What can I do please help me
Helpme - 12-Aug-17 @ 7:48 PM
Dear dads I was in court for the 2nd hearing. I represented my self given I have a insight working with in children services. My ex too me to court applying for child custody. My son who is 3 lives with me. I asked her to leave following repeat incidentsof Domestic abuse and violence . She assaulted mewhile my child was sat on my lap.... well I presented police logs including on of common assault and historical chronology of events dating bk to 2013 of significant harm on our son witnessing the impact of Dv. The magistrates dismissedand did not mention any Dv nor did the cafcass report? They both had all the factual info...They granted mum unsupervised contact when I suggested supervised given her abusive nature and for her to attended a dv perpetrator programme and parenting assessment which theydismissed.Is this normal? Any help or views would be welcomed. Im bk in court on the 5th Sept
Ash1972 - 31-Jul-17 @ 7:02 PM
Dear All, I am looking for advice from folk. In December my wife attacked me with a carving fork. I think it was the straw that broke the camels back, we had gone through an eviction and made homeless, I had a heart problem which caused me to be on long term sick, the financial struggle, even her going through menopause. eventually she erupted like a volcano but alleged to the police I hit her on the back of the head. I was arrested at home on allegations of DV (assault on my wife) which later during the questioning at the police station also became an allegation that 'he hit the kids with a belt' . Anyway after an interview I was released without charge on bail until end of March. Then bail was extended and now extended again for another 28days until mid-June. (I was assured by the police it was because the file they passed to the CPS was sent back asking for more details, enquiries and then the investigating team did that and sent it off again). Anyway my bail conditions meant I could not return home or see/contact my wife and children since December.When my wife alleged I assaulted the kids, (all these allegations I strictly and most thoroughly deny in the strongest terms),anyway the Social got involved. Since Dec I have not spoken one single word to a police man and only had a five minute chat with the social worker who runs a child protection involvent and plan for my family. she told me 'we expect the police to say no further action in your case but even if they do we the social will take an injunction to stop you going home. How can this be when I did not in all honesty assault my wife or children, how can other people assume a guilt when I am found innocent?
andyt - 24-May-17 @ 1:03 PM
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