ABH conviction, release on tag, social services

20th Nov 2018

My partner recently got found guilty for ABH on his family member, however she admitted it wasn’t true and was exaggerated but he still was found guilty and given 26 months. 

I’m currently 11 weeks pregnant to him and I also have a 4 year old to a previous partner. My quiestion is regarding Social Services. He was bailed to my address on tag for 4 months during the court case, with no issues. Will there be a problem/involvement from Social Services now he has been charged as guilty?

CATEGORY: Criminal

LOCATION: GREATER MANCHESTER

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  • Kent Criminal Law

    Assuming that the 'family member' that he was convicted of assaulting wasn't a child, then it is unlikely that social services will seek to get involved. 

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