Criminal Defence

08/03/2016 0 comments 966 views

First Joint Enterprise Murder Defendants Walk Free Following Landmark Ruling The first defendants in a murder trial have walked free from court following a landmark ruling on joint enterprise law....
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08/03/2016 0 comments 1100 views

Criminal Justice System Finally Introduces Wi-Fi and Digital Case Management System It has been reported (http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/practice/digital-transformation-in-criminal-law/5054022.article) that the criminal justice system is undergoing its biggest transformation in 100 years, the...
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07/03/2016 0 comments 800 views

Ministry of Defence escapes prosecution after deaths of three SAS selection candidates The Independent (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/ministry-of-defence-escapes-prosecution-over-deaths-on-sas-march-a6908141.html) reports that The Ministry of Defence has escaped prosecution over the deaths of three soldiers...
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07/03/2016 0 comments 1196 views

Judge calls for tighter controls on internet dating sites after multiple rapist is sent to jail It is reported (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/jason-lawrance-judge-calls-for-dating-sites-to-increase-security-after-jailing-matchcom-rapist-a6910226.html) that a Judge has called for dating sites to increase...
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03/03/2016 0 comments 827 views

Nearly a fifth of all courts and tribunals in England and Wales to close It has been reported (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35552199) that 86 of 460 courts and tribunal hearing centres will shut...
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03/03/2016 0 comments 1023 views

Heathrow Climate Change Protesters Spared Immediate Jail It has been reported (http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/feb/24/heathrow-13-climate-change-protesters-avoid-jail) that six women and seven men have avoided jail for trespassing at Heathrow, following a protest against the...
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19/02/2016 0 comments 1018 views

The Supreme Court has given its long awaited ruling on the controversial issue of Joint Enterprise in the case of R v Jogee [2016] UKSC 8 and corrected the law...
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16/02/2016 0 comments 992 views

New proposals for pleading guilty It has reported in the Guardian (11/02/2016) that the Sentencing Council is going to be proposing new draft guidelines so that Defendants who wish to...
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16/02/2016 0 comments 967 views

Ringrose Law successfully represented a client for speeding offences Mr X appeared at Grantham Magistrates Court having been charged with speeding on the A46. He had been recorded travelling at...
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16/02/2016 0 comments 857 views

Drink driving limit could be cut It has been reported in the media that the drink-driving limit in England and Wales could be slashed by a third - making it...
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