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Dear Officer / Solicitor,

If an individual has been charged with an offense 'common assault' and 'battery' (Contrary to Section 39 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988) and was requested to appear in Magistrates court, what punishment can be given? Is there a statute of limitations? Could he be looked after in other countries and could he be the subject to extradition? This is because at the moment he lives in France and is afraid to fly over to the UK.


Kind regards,

Stefan Kozlov

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