Consideration of unduly lenient sentences

Celia Marr discusses the extent of the Court of Appeal's power when passing new sentences, recent legislation on psychoactive substances, and the proposed Criminal Finance

No change of PACE for search warrants

Vivien Cochrane and Irene McMillan look at search warrants, the police recording of comments following caution, and recent updates to Codes C, D, an

Coroners’ inquests: Defining the inquisition

Despite not being a court of remedy, the inquest can be a valuable tool to provide a form of redress for bereaved families, writes Davi

Professional bodies best placed to tackle money laundering, says Law Society

SRA claims for independence from Chancery Lane rebutted in ongoing regulator

A pale imitation of justice

An increasing inequality of arms and a 'pot luck' approach to supporting unrepresented defendants is putting the integrity of the justice system at risk, says Penelop

From the Archive - May 30, 1896

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Deepcut verdict a ‘setback’ in fight against sexual abuse in the armed forces

Scope of inquest too narrow to 'shine a light on the real issues', says military claim