Crime

Safe as houses? The Domestic Abuse Act 2021

Mr Cathál MacPartholán explores the strengthened protections for those experiencing domestic abuse and intimate partner violence

28 Jul 2021 | Associates

Crime and punishment: The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill

A bumper Criminal Justice Bill is giving lawyers cause for concern, Rachel Rothwell reports

18 Jul 2021 | Associates

Ewing Law: the power of private practice in crime?

Tony Wyatt sets out the attributes and approaches of Ewing Law, a criminal firm serving private clients

13 Jul 2021 | Associates

Former partner jailed for fraud 

Robert Wiggans misappropriated over £200,000 from a vulnerable client

CBA warns of implications of 'haemorrhaging' of criminal barristers

The Criminal Bar Association has stated that “without a dramatic increase in funding, the haemorrhaging of talented barristers will continue”

03 Jun 2021 | Crime

Deferred prosecution agreements: lessons from Serco

Harry Travers and Alex Swan consider the implications on individual prosecutions following corporate DPAs

21 May 2021 | Crime

CILEX: criminal legal aid not sustainable career

Criminal legal aid work is no longer a sustainable career path for legal executives, CILEX said

11 May 2021 | Career development

On parole: a victim-centred approach

Alec Samuels considers how the victim has become central to Parole Board considerations

04 May 2021 | Crime

Law Society welcomes removal of cap on judicial sitting days

The Law Society has welcomed news that there will be no cap on judicial sitting days for 2021-2022. President I. Stephanie Boyce said the previous cap cont

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