The confiscation of assets deemed proceeds of crime can pose issues where a third party can provide they have a legitimate share of the asset.
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.
The new guidelines for sentencing offenders with mental disorders, developmental disorders & neurological impairments published by the Sentencing Council.
A private prosecutor can apply for their costs to be paid by the State, regardless of whether they win or lose the case. But should this change?
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 case where a 17 year old commits a crime but turned 18 when facing sentencing, and ended up in a crown court. This went to appeal. So what was the outcome?