The Supreme Court has recenty ruled on the use of evidence of vigilante “Paedophile Hunters” groups – so can the evidence they provide to the police be used?
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.
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.