Indecent Assault Related Articles
A collection of sexual assault related articles from the Morton’s Solicitors blog – leading specialist solicitors in sexual offences. These articles focus on advice for if you face charges, changes in the laws and general information in relation to sexual assault.
Natasha’s Law came into force from 1st October 2021 – but what does it involve and who is affected? Here’s all you need to know…
Here’s the second part taking a look at the Tory Party Conference and their pledges surrounding getting tough on crime – today it’s activism, sentencing & drugs
First of 2 part look at the Tory Party Conference and their pledges surrounding getting tough on crime. Here we look at offences on women & immigration.
Ofsted have announced a review into sexual abuse in schools. Here we take a look at what the review will mean for those charged with offences.
Here we look at how research casts doubt on the interpretations of Ano-Genital findings that could compromise previous convictions.
A vast number of sexual offence cases revolve around the issue of consent. Here we look at a recent case which could muddy the waters even more.
On 10th March 2001, HRH Prince Andrew is alleged to have met and been photographed with a lady who has accused the Prince of sexual misconduct. In a BBC interview, Prince Andrew ridicules the suggestion and throws up two recollections – but are they a strong alibi?
Liar is ITV’s new six-part drama, is gripping the nation, with viewers already reaching conclusions as to whether the alleged victim Laura, played by the actress Joanne Froggatt (better known for her role as Anna Bates in Downton Abbey) is telling the truth when she accuses surgeon Andrew of raping her.