Urgent Pls - Conditional caution

I have been psychically assaulted by a customer at my work place.I haven't been to work since ,It has really affected me mentally and seeing psychiatrist. It has been reported to the police and police has interviewed the defender and case moved to crown prosecution.He admitted the crime ,crown prosecution gave him "conditional caution " .And the condition is to pay me £100 and close this matter .crown prosecution lawyer asked my opinion  ? I am not going work about 2 months ,this incident affected my normal life .He is not getting any punishment or this £100 is nothing compared to what i am going through . Please advice what should i do ? Thanks 

There's not such thing as

There's no such thing as "psychic assault" or "conditional caution".

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Hope he drops some litter or

Hope he drops some litter or fails to send his child to school one day or god forbid forgets to pay his car tax, the punishment is more severe for all them things.

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i said pshysical assult not

i said pshysical assult not psychic , and there is caution under certion condition means you do not go to court if you follow some condition instructed by crown prosecution .

No, you WROTE:"I have been

No, you WROTE:

"I have been psychically assaulted"

Whilst I don't believe in pulling people up for their appalling spelling, in your case you wrote something other than what you meant and it was what you wrote that was responded to...no one to blame for that but yourself.

That said, to answer your original question, no one can advise you what to do, you have to make up your own mind.

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Something's going wrong

Something's going wrong somewhere when you can recieve a higher punishment for dropping litter in the street than for punching someone on the nose. Justice should at the very least be seen to be done.

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that was a spelling mistake 

that was a spelling mistake  ! I would have been appreciated some advice on the matter rather than writing a whole essay on a spelling error .I dont understand you put your profile as a 25+ year legal proffesional but your way of answering Q is unproffesional .Are you so bored that you are wasting your time looking for people's spelling mistake and asking them to take their own decision .it is obvious that people post here for Advice ! I dont understand your purpose being here in this forum !

Your spelling mistake caused

Your spelling mistake caused you to attack someone else for taking your spelling at face value.  Now you're attacking me for pointing out that your spelling was your own error.

Perhaps your behaviour here is an indicator of your previous behaviour and you should look to that to resolve your problems rather than to the law.

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spacecadet: A conditional

spacecadet:

A conditional caution is a caution with conditions attached to it. Failure to comply with the conditions means a prosecution will usually follow. 

Kind Regards

Matt

All posts are for discussion purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. 

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Next steps?

Have you considered making a Criminal Injuries Compensation application?

Richard Paremain

Profile: Personal injury specialist solicitor with Sarginsons Law LLP. I have more than 20 years experience involving both minor injury and cases with injury of the utmost severity. This has ranged from the Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster to a pavement trip for a Mrs Gready.I have a special interest in compensation for the Victims of Crime through the Criminal Injuries scheme. 02476521081 rparemain@s-law.co.uk

I genuinely don't know if

I genuinely don't know if this is even possible - but have you considered making a civil claim against your attacker, to cover your loss?  Would he (she?) be in a position to pay such an award if a civilcourt ordered them to?

Criminal law - Police/Magistrates/Crown Court is all about protecting society whereas Civil law - County Court/Small Claims/High Court is about protecting the individual.

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