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Feb 6th, 2007 at 1:19am
 
Hi Newbie here.I wonder if anyone could help me.It's a long story,but will try to keep it short.

In May 2005 my partner was attacked by my neighbours,then on the August i was attaked by the same neighbours.
Since 2004 they have harrased me and i have ignored them.They have done a lot more things since then,due to all this i now have agrophobia.

I do not have a lawyer as i dont know any that make house calls.

What i would like to know is
1.The male works as a prison officer,should he still be working when he has been charged with assult on 2 counts?
2,She works in a hospital,should she still be working with the same charges?
If not who would i contact about this?

The police put both casses together even though they were 3 months appart.

The case hit the p/f's desk in December 2005 and i have heard nothing since.

I feel no one is interested and these people think they have gotten away with it. I would realy appricate any help you can give.

Thanks Kiss
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Reply #1 - Feb 6th, 2007 at 10:58pm
 
Hi there,

I just wanted to add that in jobs in the public sector, usually you find that the person who is applying for the job in question has to undergo a "Disclosure Scotland" check. This report would usually detail any offences (if any) the person has committed. I guess, its up to the employer if they wish to employ that person?

I'm not sure if your coming more from the side of where a person is charged, they shouldn't be employed in certain jobs? For example, I think that is the case in teaching.
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Reply #2 - Feb 6th, 2007 at 11:11pm
 
Hi Simba
Both these people were in their jobs when this happend.
My friend who is a nurse said that as they work for the civil service,they should have been dissmised until it goes to court,especially as it is assault.
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Reply #3 - Mar 4th, 2007 at 9:43am
 
call the police and ask to speak to the inspector for your area, ask what has happened to your complaint. Take names of people you talk to,dates and times. Another step is to make a formal complaint to the Police about the manner in which they have treated your case. Either way you will get some idea as to what has hapened to your case and at what stage it is at.

It sounds like your neighbours have not been charged yet , is this the case.

Are you eligable for Legal Aid?

I am sure if you contacted a Lawyer they would make a house call considering your circumstances
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