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Alfs 1:22 Tue May 14
Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
I'm working on a script and need some advice on a legal technicality.

If someone was arrested for a non violent assault (he groped her tits in a bar, thinking it was funny) could the person assaulted offer to drop the charges if the groper donated say, £1000, to a charity?

And if they could, how would the police feel about this?

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Boycie 8:49 Fri May 17
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Could be perverting the course of justice

riosleftsock 8:48 Fri May 17
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Noah

I'm not sure Dr Honkler has reached WHO yet, still stuck in clownworld.

Vexed 8:45 Fri May 17
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
I'd imagine this happens reasonably often. You're going to get skint quite quickly if you keep noncing up birds like that Alfs.!

Boycie 3:59 Fri May 17
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
why worry about accuracy no one else that writes crime stuff does

Noah 1:09 Fri May 17
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Only if he went “honk honk” at the time of the deed.

Lowers the severity of the offence.

Westham67 7:12 Thu May 16
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Is that a "Friend" you are asking for ?

Alfs 7:03 Thu May 16
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
I should have bloody known of asking you lot!

Council Scum 5:33 Thu May 16
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
I'm getting the word........ "NONCE"

ManorParkHammer 12:15 Thu May 16
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Enjoy life as a registered sex offender.

Razzle 2:55 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Schoolboy error. Rohypnol first.

BRANDED 12:23 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Coppers are bent.
Solicitors need paying before telling you anything.

Yorkammer 11:58 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
If victim benefited from the proposed charity and it was called the Brownies, a grand donation probably wouldn't change the outcome.

Spandex Sidney 11:55 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
wtf 4:05 Tue May 14

Haha!!

Clearly 'working on a script' is the new 'asking for a friend'

MikeHammer 11:53 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Funny I was only chatting to someone last week recalling an old work colleague who (20 years ago) used to pull the “I bet you a £1 I can make your tits wobble without touching them” routine. Girls in the office on nights out used to laugh it off (mostly as it was “just Steve”!) .... I said he would be charged if he did it today. Are you Steve ... sorry is your character called Steve ?

charleyfarley 11:26 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
How times have moved on used to be 'Asking for a mate' now it's 'I need it for a script'

Far Cough 10:53 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
mallard, ag ag ag

Fifth Column 10:44 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
When you say "script" you actually mean "prepared statement" don't you.

mallard 10:33 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Have you got a link to the victims tits?

Chigwell 6:00 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
If he has admitted the offence in police interview, he is likely to plead guilty and her evidence would not then be needed anyway. If he denied it or went no comment, or if he pleads not guilty because he has heard that she might drop the complaint, she may well think him not worthy of any compassion and reconsider the offer she has in mind.
If a trial date has been fixed but she no longer supports proceedings, she should tell the police. The CPS will then decide whether to witness summons her to court. Sexual offences, even non-injury offences, are treated more seriously.
She cannot place a condition on dropping charges. It's up to the court, not her, to decide what sentence is required, and sex offenders registration (which would follow a conviction ) is deemed necessary for the protection of others in future.

lowermarshhammer 4:21 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
Hush money

Bribe

Ilegality

Nork grabber.

wtf 4:05 Tue May 14
Re: Is there a solicitor/copper/ex copper in the house
yeah, good luck with the 'script'

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