. Once a summons is granted to prosecute then are the police obliged to handover any relevant evidence?
Can you interview people?
Smouldering Stoat wrote:A court may grant you a witness summons to obtain relevant evidence (and also to enable you to comply with your obligations to disclose evidence to the defence, including unused material). However, if you don't already have evidence sufficient to convince the CPS that there is a realistic prospect of prosecution, you are going to struggle to convince them not to take over the prosecution and and discontinue it.
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