Jet2 have recently brought forward a case of “contempt of court” against a couple of holidaymakers who complained about their holiday – but the evidence wasn’t used in court – so how is it possible to bring “contempt of court” proceedings against them?
The Representation of the People Act 1983 creates a number of offences concerned with political elections. Those engaged in political party management should receive detailed training in this regard to avoid falling foul of the laws entwined with a General Election. Here we look at the main examples.
When it comes to dealing with cases involving a death – it can be extremely complex and the sensitive nature of the case can make it difficult to handle. Here we look at some of the intricacies and finer details to be considered with dealing with a case involving the death of a person.
From April 2020 there will tougher sentences on terrorism offences in certain instances. Here we look at what circumstances apply and what the tougher sentencing will mean.
in a response to tackling knife crime, the police, with the support of the Home Office, are making more use of stop & search powers but is it a good thing? Here we look at how it is being implemented – and is it being done fairly?
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?