You have been convicted of a crime you didn’t commit so you never admit your guilt. You are then up for Parole. The parole board give you their decision, but parole is refused, seemingly because you refuse to accept your guilt. What can you do?
This week, the Sentencing Council published new guidelines covering arson and criminal damage of all kinds, as well as threats to destroy property. Here we look at what the changes mean.
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.
Did you know that disqualified directors can be jailed if they continue acting as a director whilst disqualified? This article looks at the Disqualified Directors Act and the implications of acting as a director whilst banned.
The specific problems faced by women have been highlighted recently by the Farmer Review for Women. Lord Farmer hopes to improve women’s experience within the criminal justice system with the aim of reducing re-offending.
Justice, the renowned human rights organisation, has published a significant report that examines the prosecution of sexual offences, and in some areas calls for a radical overhaul.