Fraud convictions remain low despite rise in SFO-compelled interviews

Witnesses must be protected from 'distressing' interview experience, says white collar crim

The separation of powers and the exclusive cognisance of parliament

Rupert Bowers QC and Daniel Godden examine the constitutional importance of parliament's assertion of privilege in a recent case against a Tor

Mental health and the criminal justice system

For those who work at the coalface of the criminal justice system, it is becoming quite clear that more and more people suffering from mental health problems are being prosecuted and brought befor

Progression on prostitution laws must go further

A liberal and progressive parliamentary report on sex workers is heartening, says Nigel Richardson, but the criminal law needs to be clear and consistentl

Banking litigators and regulators to be big winners post Brexit

LIBOR investigations continue as expected FCA expansion means banks will need advice on UK financial service

£20m retrieval should preserve SFO’s future, says lawyer

Agency 'here to stay' as the role of 'silent' NCA brought int

Witnesses adrift without a paddle

New SFO interview guidance flies in the face of the right to legal representation, writes Bria