18th Sep 2019
What is gait?
Gait, quite simply, is how a person walks, the movement of limbs.
How does this relate to criminal law?
With the ever-increasing use of CCTV, the identifica...
11th Mar 2019
Facilitating Tax Evasion
HMRC is reported to be investigating alleged violations of a new criminal offence, part of the crackdown on money laundering, for the first time.
A freedom of information reques...
27th Feb 2019
Counterfeit Currency - You May Pay a Very High Price
In straitened financial circumstances, it can be tempting to consider purchasing counterfeit money. While the price of such 'currency' fluctuates widely, it i...
14th Nov 2018
Alexa – Witness for the Prosecution?
On 29th January 2017, Christine Sullivan and her housemate were found murdered in Farmington, New Hampshire. Their bodies were discovered by the house owner, De...
5th Jul 2018
Participating in Organised Crime
Section 45 of the Serious Crime Act 2015 makes it is an offence to participate in the activities of an organised crime group, this is a new offence created by the 2015 legislatio...
18th May 2018
But I had no choice!
There is a defence in law known as necessity or duress of circumstances. It can be very difficult to demonstrate and will only apply in unusual and extreme circumstances. It is used to descr...