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Neddy wrote: »
It was just the two of you in the flat, so if she doesn't have injuries that back up her version of events then its your word against hers.
G-Raffe wrote: »
You don't seem to have much luck with women do you
spanner wrote: »
Sorry to hear about the difficult situation you're in
I just wanted to reiterate what Neddy said - if you're arrested by the police then you have the right to see a solicitor free of charge. Hopefully it won't come to that, but take a look at this article which tells you more so you're prepared:http://www.thesite.org/homelawandmoney/law/introuble/rightsonarrest
Have you thought about talking to your ex?
Shikari wrote: »
Have been voluntarily arrested this evening, police turned up at my flat. Went to the police station with them, got a duty solicitor and then did an interview. Waited around for about an hour after that, and then allowed to go with the result being "No further action".
Although could someone with a bit of knowledge explain what that means? Is that "No further action from this point" or "no further action unless".
Does it mean case closed? I want all this gone