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.
With AirBnB listings soaring since 2015 by 400% – an investigation is underway into a clampdown on unlawful subletting of social housing. This article looks at what the offence is and what the implications are.
Article looking at the new Economic Crime Plan released by the Government to help tackle and prevent economic crime. Here we look at what crime is targeted and what the implications will be.
Bankruptcy is difficult enough – but if you do not provide total transparency to your financial affairs then you run the risk of breaking the law – and a custodial sentence. If you are thinking about Bankruptcy, you should perhaps read this as well.
There have been two entirely different crime stories in the news this week, but both will challenge the court to consider sentencing guidelines and how they ought to be applied.