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Hello is she likely to recover any time soon?
How has she come to be in a coma?
Ok. Why is she in a coma?
Are they going to have a written record of you communicating with her?
Is it going to show you inviting her to withdraw her allegation?
I don't think they could charge you with witness intimidation.
There are probably Bail Act offences in the fact that you were contacting her even though it is her fault because she is unstable and dangerous for everybody around her. Nevertheless, you are almost certainly on bail with conditions of non contact and responding would be a breach.
If they do charge you with witness intimidation then plead not guilty. There won't be a jury in christendom that will convict you on this evidence.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Not until they have finished the investigation.
You will be able to get access to any information that undermines her account or assists your defence.
This is really for your solicitor to sort out not you.
They have to disclose anything that undermines or assists when you submit your defence statement but that isn't something you can do yourself.
It probably is going to go to court. That is why the rape conviction rate is low. If they are going to prosecute lots of false allegations they will not get convictions.
Yes, I do.
CPS charge rubbish all the time. That is why the conviction rate is low.
they have just changed their policy to allow them to investigate rather than accepting any nonsense but you would never notice much difference.