The role of a juror is to act only on the evidence presented in court. So what if a juror carries out their own “research” or shows bias? What are the implications?
A recent judgement turned down a prosecution bid to extend custody time because of a delayed trial during the pandemic and instead freed the defendent on bail.
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?