Police & Prisons

Truss to launch white paper on prison reforms

Protection of prison officers paramount for Lord Chancellor who looks to build on Michael Gove’

05 Oct 2016

Defence solicitors concerned by 28-day bail limit

New restriction ‘so short’ police will be reluctant to grant bail at all, predicts Hodge Jones & Alle

29 Sep 2016

Fact or fantasy?

The case of David Bryant highlights the dangers of uncorroborated victim testimony in historic sex offences, write Rupert Butler and Rachae

29 Sep 2016

Food for thought

Truss must adapt quickly to her new role after her performance before the justice select committee left a lot to be desired, writes Matthe

09 Sep 2016

Government must find solution for open-ended sentences

Change the release test and remove 'life licences' to remedy 'seriously flawed system', say prison refor

11 Aug 2016

Bindmans lawyer to assist Briton over alleged Trump shooting charge

Saimo Chahal QC hopes to 'influence the legal process' and return Michael Sandford to th

02 Aug 2016

The Hillsborough inquest was a priceless experience

Siobhan Taylor-Ward reflects on the historic verdict and its wider impact on othe

04 Jul 2016

Former DLA Piper chief to improve young offenders’ rehabilitation

Sir Nigel Knowles highlights the importance of rebuilding the lives of youn

08 Jun 2016

Determining an employer’s liability for injury

Vijay Ganapathy considers the implications of decisions in Cox and Greenway for future cases involving vicarious liability and actionabl

24 May 2016