General News Articles
Our General News section covers all the latest news, advice, changes in law and information you could need about criminal, motoring and sexual offence laws – as well as information about Morton’s Solicitors.
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A recent Court of Appeal ruling means that the rules around pre-charge privacy could be about to change – helping to protect innocence until proven guilty.
Changes to the Prison Adjudication Rules for Young Offenders are being made due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We take a look at what these changes will mean.
A recent case has highlighted that tough sentencing for firearms offences are being sought by the prosecution – and the Court of Appeal seems to be too…
In some instances – double-points can lead to a driving ban, or for a new driver, having to resit their test. So when can double-points awards be avoided?
Carrying out criminal trials during a pandemic is proving to be a challenge. Here we look at how trial by jury is being reviewed – and could it be abolished?
For members of a far right organisation, terrorism charges have been brought against them – much to their surprise. Here we look at far right terrorism.
Your local authority can prosecute you for certain types of crime. Here we look at what you could be prosecuted for – and what you should do if you are!
The prosecution – like the defense – have a right to appeal if they do not agree with a ruling. Here we look at the procedure and the implications of this.
In criminal justice, there are several appeal options available. Here we take a look at the different types of appeal and their implications.
With the on-going coronavirus pandemic seemingly around for a while – here we look at the impact coronavirus could have on prosecutions.