If you are arrested for a charge of domestic assault you will usually be released by the police on an undertaking to have no contact with the complainant and not to return to the complaint’s home which, in many cases, is your home also. The reason for this is for both protection of the complainant and to ensure that a potential Crown witness is not convinced to change their evidence. You can make an application to the Court to have these conditions removed, however you should not attempt to alter these conditions unless you have spoken to an experienced criminal defence lawyer about what is involved in the process and how it could affect your case.