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I am sorry but he is going to be allowed to live next door. There is absolutely no prospect of him being removed from his home for what is ultimately a common assault.
He is probably on bail conditions not to contact her but is wouldn't be proportionate to go any further than that and bail conditions have to be proportionate.
`i'm not sure what you mean by stalking? `if he isn't contacting her then he cannot be stalking by definition.
`Loitering would not offend in this context and anyway he lives next door so hard to prove.
`i'm very sorry but that is your position.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Not on this basis. He isn't making contact. These could be default meetings and given that he lives in the location that probably would be accepted.
If he makes contact then you could but that will rack up costs and it doesn't do much more than the bail conditions would save for extend it beyond the bail conditions.
I am really sorry but I cannot agree this amounts to witness intimidation.