Practice Notes: Crime

Compensating victims of terror

Damian Horan argues that it is essential the government treat all those affected by terrorism

20 Jun 2017

Welcome clarity on early guilty pleas

Christopher Gribbin discusses new sentencing guidelines, the recent DPA agreed with Tesco, and the

14 Jun 2017

Criminal solicitors not doing enough to detect modern slavery

Practitioners should ‘wake up and smell the coffee’ in fight against slavery an

06 Jun 2017

Early guilty pleas: as simple as it seems?

A new approach to the guilty plea discount aims to provide more clarity over the rules, but

06 Jun 2017

FCA dawn raids down to pre-crisis levels

City solicitor warns that regulator may come under political pressure if it is not seen a

05 Jun 2017

Interest group set to launch private prosecution against Vote Leave

Restoring Integrity says it has received independent legal opinion supportive of a privat

02 Jun 2017

The Trial: Did we really want to know who dun it?

Ben Henriques discusses the dénouement of the Channel 4 programme exploring the jur

02 Jun 2017

'Uneconomical' work can be refused, criminal lawyers told

Reduction in legal aid funding means solicitors are undertaking work at

01 Jun 2017

The extraordinary case of Julian Assange

Sweden may have withdrawn its European Arrest Warrant against the WikiLeaks' founder but the UK

31 May 2017

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