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Would it be legal to bail someone for a domestic violence matter and then also seek a DVPN/O?
For example following a report of a domestic s.39 battery but with no injury, the injured party doesn't make a complaint, but we are looking to obtain a CPS charging decision based on the evidence from the officers body worn video and 999 call in order to complete a victimless prosecution.
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