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E-scooters

 27th Nov 2020  News

E-scooters   Did you know that e-scooters fall within the definition of a motor vehicle? You would not be alone if you said no. Due to the growing popularity of e-scooters and general ignorance in respect of the l... Read more

It wasn't me!

 13th Nov 2020  News

It wasn't me!   It is often the case that a defendant does not dispute that a crime has been committed but denies any participation.   In such cases, it will be not only essential to challenge any evidence... Read more

Covert Human Intelligence Sources

 12th Oct 2020  News

Covert Human Intelligence Sources   The Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill passed its second reading in the House of Commons. The MP who is Minister for Security, James Brokenshire, set out... Read more

Fighting for a Suspended Prison Sentence

 17th Aug 2020  News

Fighting for a Suspended Prison Sentence   In many cases, despite the fact an offence is serious enough for a custodial sentence to be imposed, this can be avoided if the court can be persuaded to suspend the pris... Read more

Sexual Offences and the Issue of Consent

 24th Jul 2020  News

Sexual Offences and the Issue of Consent   A vast number of sexual offence cases revolve around the issue of consent. In everyday terms, the 'consent issue' should be straightforward, either someone did, or did no... Read more