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Jennifer Twite warns lawyers to be cautious if they suspect a child client is passing information to the police

20 Jan 2021 | Children

Critical system failure: no CJS recovery without government support

The risks facing the criminal justice system have reached a critical point, a report warns

From Bosnia to the Home Office

When Malcolm Simmons left his role as president of EU international judges and returned to England and set up as a consultant, his chief concern was practi

Brexit: An easy escape?

Gemma Lindfield considers the impact of Brexit on the extradition of fugitives between the UK and the EU

23 Dec 2020 | Crime

The crypto conundrum

Civil remedies can be a more meaningful tool than the criminal process to combat crypto fraud, as Jason Woodland explains

02 Dec 2020 | Crime

Crown Court ‘covid’ hours: Have your say

The government is consulting directly with lawyers on its proposed covid operating hours in the crown courts, but responses must be submitted by 10 Decembe

01 Dec 2020 | Crime

An extra £500m for the courts doesn’t go far enough

A £413m government investment into the family courts and tribunals, boost court capacity and support victims of crime, has been announced by the chan

27 Nov 2020 | Crime

From doleiros in Janeiros to London’s real estate

Lawyers must break the chain of financial crime, Stephen Baker and Jessica Henson say

25 Nov 2020 | Crime

MoJ: further evaluations of remote hearings for longer term use

Further evaluations of the use of remote hearings will take place to help inform the longer-term use of audio and video technologies, the MoJ said

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