‘Objective Evidence’ needed to take Domestic Violence and Abuse cases to Court – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd


header102Domestic Violence and Abuse victims often struggle with providing sufficient or appropriate evidence needed to get help from support agencies (such as housing), or for the police to submit the case through to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for the realistic prospect of a conviction.

The Government in a wave of new actions to help victims of domestic violence, have consulted a range of organisations and have reviewed the process and eligibility regarding ‘Legal Aid’…Let’s hope this helps and enables more victims to get the justice they deserve.

However with cases of domestic violence and abuse repeatedly hitting the headlines in a negative way via police ‘incompetency’ or CPS taking the view of ‘not in the public interest’…Victims are still losing out and ultimately are being ‘failed’ by the ‘system’

More and more victims are taking matters into their own hands and finding ways to support taking action independently of the police.

If you, or someone you know wants help to review a case, or to build a robust case to bring a private prosecution, then why not get in touch with us, and let’s open a discussion about how ‘Royles’ can assist you in your quest for justice.

With an extensive background in police matters, investigation, evidence gathering, and case-building, as well as Domestic Violence, Abuse, Rape and other Serious Offences why not let us help you…



For a no obligation initial discussion why not get intouch…


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Changes re Domestic Violence and Abuse Cases

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