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Husband-Wife dispute leads to hurt. Can ask police to change charge under section 326A to narcotic law?

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asked on Jul 23, 2016 at 16:40
by   rb1234
edited on Aug 8, 2016 at 08:15
 
Is it appropriate to ask the police officer (acting for a Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP)) to 'change' the charge under section 326A (carrying a penalty/imprisonment of not less the 20 years) to a narcotic 'law'?

The accused had caused grievous hurt under the influence of drug. After attacking his wife with a parang, he was taken by surprise after being hit by another person with a pillow from behind. When he realized his mistake, he dropped his weapon, he panicked a while but manage to rush his wife to a hospital. The scuffle happened after a 'small' quarrel in the middle of the night when everyone else was asleep, including his wife, where he demanded some money to buy his drug supply.

Please help. Thank you.
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answered on Jul 25, 2016 at 00:01
by   vkpc
Is it appropriate to ask the police officer (acting for a DPP) to 'change' the charge under section 326A (carrying a penalty/imprisonment of not less the 20yrs) to a narcotic 'law'?

Why do you want to get involved in a domestic problem between husband and wife?
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