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1. What do you need advice about? What is the offence involved? What are the terms of your bail?
Hi its asma again I am still on bail no contact with the children the local authority apply full care order for my four children to be long term care and adoption for the two children.
My solicitor applied for judicial review to squash the case but no response
Can you please tell me what is the offence involved? When you say no response, has the judicial review application been heard in court?
Not yet but its allegation i stabbed my son. The police would not vary my bail.
then you had better wait until the judicial review is heard
How long to it day for the judicial review to make a decision?
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