Police Caution Removed in Fraudulent Domestic Assault Case

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Police Caution Removed in Fraudulent Domestic Assault Case

Domestic Assault Police Caution

Our Client, a teacher, had been issued a police caution in relation to domestic dispute; the client had sought to separate from her partner who was controlling and violent.

On the day of the couple’s separation the “victim” in the case faked injuries to himself and called the police; our client was arrested and subsequently cautioned. The client’s first language was not English and was unable to properly understand the complexities of the legal process – this is not uncommon for most suspects, even the most gifted and able, even where English is their first language.

The client previously instructed a solicitor to try and remove her police caution, this application did not succeed.
Eventually the police agreed with our submissions and removed the caution from the client’s record. The client has now returned to teaching.

Expert Police Caution Removal Solicitor

On instructing Matthew Elkins, he sought to gather fresh evidence that showed that her ex-partner had fabricated the allegation. He also criticised the police for failing to properly explain the police caution process to the client and for effectively preventing her access to an interpreter or lawyer.

Eventually the police agreed with our submissions and removed the caution from the client’s record. The client has now returned to teaching.

 

About the Author:

I am a qualified solicitor and I have extensive experience of applying for the removal of police cautions from the PNC, challenging DBS certificates and DBS barring decisions. I have had numerous successful cases, and for cases where judicial review proceedings have been issued, I am usually able able to recoup my clients’ costs from the police.