Making threats to share intimate is to be an offence under new proposals from The Law Commission. We look at the review that’s been conducted.
The Supreme Court has recenty ruled on the use of evidence of vigilante “Paedophile Hunters” groups – so can the evidence they provide to the police be used?
With the proposal for cameras to be allowed into the Crown Courts for the first time ever – we look at why the change of stance and possible implications.
Helen’s Law would see a change in parole terms that would mean murderers must reveal the whereabouts of a victim’s body before being considered for parole.
Looking at the case of Robyn Williams – the distinguished Met Police officer who, by failing to respond quickly enough to indecent content she was sent, has been convicted of being in possession of indecent videos of a young child being abused.
“Revenge porn” is the criminal act of posting online intimate sexual pictures/video of a person without their consent, which carries a potential prison sentence of up to 2 years, so already there is every reason to think twice before exacting this type of revenge on a former lover.