With the backlog of Jury Trials before the Covid-19 pandemic – the lockdown of the last 3 months has added to an almost impossible situation. So whats the answer?
With an increase in Protests recently – offences under the Public Order Act 1986 are going to come under the spotlight. Find out what the implications are.
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!
There are to be a series of new Public Order Offence Sentencing Guidelines that come in to force for adults sentenced on or after 1 January 2020. What are the changes proposed?
You have been convicted of a crime you didn’t commit so you never admit your guilt. You are then up for Parole. The parole board give you their decision, but parole is refused, seemingly because you refuse to accept your guilt. What can you do?
This week, the Sentencing Council published new guidelines covering arson and criminal damage of all kinds, as well as threats to destroy property. Here we look at what the changes mean.