he Sentencing Council has published new definitive guidelines for intimidatory offences sentencing to take effect in respect to all cases sentenced on or after 1 October 2018.
What are TICs? TICs are offences taken into consideration at the time of sentencing. Here we explore what they are – and their implications for you.
The Sentencing Council have published fresh guidelines for Judges and Magistrates for when they are sentencing offenders who have breached court orders
There is a defence in law known as necessity or duress of circumstances. Find out more about being under duress and the implications for your defence.
The Sentencing Council, which is the organisation responsible for setting sentencing guidelines in England and Wales, has today circulated proposed new guidelines in respect of public order offences.
Following on from the Parole Board decision to release John Worboys, the taxi driver rapist, there has been an evaluation of its functions, in particular a review of Rule 25 of the Parole Board Rules 2016 that prohibited the Parole Board disclosing any information relating to its hearings.