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.
This new offence covers a situation where a person expresses an opinion or belief that supports a proscribed organisation and is reckless as to whether the person listening will be encouraged to support it.
The Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019 has completed its parliamentary journey and will, in the main, come in to effect over the next few months. Here, we look at what the new changes mean and how it will impact on both sentencing and access to data.
The Sentencing Council has today (27 March 2017) published proposed new guidelines covering arson and criminal damage offences. Read more…