The Official Secrets Act protects the United Kingdom against the leaking of sensitive information and spying – and has become ever more complex.
We frequently need to consider the use of force by police officers when arresting or otherwise dealing with suspects. What are the acceptable boundaries?
With the proposal for cameras to be allowed into the Crown Courts for the first time ever – we look at why the change of stance and possible implications.
Helen’s Law would see a change in parole terms that would mean murderers must reveal the whereabouts of a victim’s body before being considered for parole.
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.
In the case of Janet Commins, forensic evidence saw the original conviction of her “killer” overturned as new technology convicted someone else of her killing.