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GPS tracker on car

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TheCatIsEatingIt Tue 20-Nov-12 10:22:20

I'm asking on behalf of a friend. She's going through Children Act proceedings (XH's application for contact), and there's a final hearing next week. He's just produced evidence that a private investigator has been following her and has installed a tracker on her car.

Can the court use this evidence, and can anyone point me towards the relevant law?

Many thanks in advance.

prh47bridge Tue 20-Nov-12 11:03:41

What is he hoping to prove?

mumblechum1 Tue 20-Nov-12 11:05:18

Oh dear. He is going to be in such deep shit if he tries to produce this in evidence. The judge will crucify him.

TheCatIsEatingIt Tue 20-Nov-12 11:41:19

prh - I think he's trying to prove she's got a new boyfriend. I don't think it's relevant, but I can't think of anything else.

mumblechum - that's what I thought, but I can't find anything to back that up - are you able to help me find the rules about evidence?

prh47bridge Tue 20-Nov-12 13:00:13

Agree that a new boyfriend is not relevant. I can't off the top of my head think of anything he could prove in this way that would be remotely relevant to a contact application. Agree with Mumblechum that the judge will crucify him.

Collaborate Tue 20-Nov-12 13:07:03

If I were your friend I would be wanting to put this "evidence" (evidence of what???) before the court. The judge won't consider what it tells the court about your friend's whereabouts - only what it informs the court about XH's personality.

babybarrister Tue 20-Nov-12 19:54:37

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

TheCatIsEatingIt Tue 20-Nov-12 20:16:06

Thank you all for your help. Your character analysis is spot on!

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