The seizure of cash as often part of a suspected proceeds of crime. This recent case study highlights how it’s not always straightforward.
A review of liability for corporate criminal offences is to be undertaken by the Law Commission – we look at the main focus points of the review.
With the rise in popularity of Uber – issues regarding the offence of “plying for hire” have come to the fore – but what is “plying for hire”?
Several recently high profile cases have seen substantial fines and custodial sentences handed out for health & safety breaches. Here we look at some of those cases – and the sentences handed out.
Over the last few years, we have seen many matters that would previously have been prosecuted before the criminal courts, move into the jurisdiction of other bodies.
As a result, the number of Regulatory Specialists is increasing – here’s why…
Children who were victims of serious sexual abuse have received paltry criminal compensation orders for £20 for example. How is this possible? We look at how compensation is awarded and what options are available.