Clare’s Law to reveal history of alleged domestic violence
Scheme offers details on partners even if there was no conviction
have to see how it works in terms of the valuation. What is the impact? Did it help, did it make situation worse?
WOMEN are to be told if partners have been accused of domestic abuse before – even if they have not been convicted.
Prosecutors say non-conviction information, such as previous allegations, is available to be shared under the so-called Clare’s Law...
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