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No, they won't disclose it to you unless you are charged.
Then they would have to disclose a CAD message in response to a defence statement.
CAD messages are only really disclosed to the court and the defence if deemed relevant.
They are not shown to witnesses.
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It is quite unlikely the Crown would use it.
The defence might.
He is on bail for CPS advice but they were not going to remand him anyway realistically.
He is raising a defence. That defence needs to be investigated.
He is perfectly free to contact witnesses to see if they are willing to give evidence in his defence.
Well, just don't have anything to do with him.
There are dangerous people about. Not many but some. The key is not get involved with them.
He is probably on bail with conditions of non contact anyway.