If you ignore planning laws, the implications can be eye-watering. Here we look at 3 cases of why planning laws should be taken seriously.
With a reduction in rape prosecutions, the CPS have published a review into guidelines for the prosecution and looks at “myths & stereotypes”.
This article looks at the use of CCTV by the police to identify suspects and how the often needs to be a more forensic approach.
The Government are looking to introduce The Covert Human Intelligence Sources Bill – but it faces some opposition over some of the more controversial tactics used. So is it providing a greater good?
If you fail to provide a specimen of breath then under the Road Traffic Act 1988 – you are guilty of an offence. But can there be valid reasons for it?
As employers, you could face serious penalties if you do not meet your obligations to ensure to meet Covid regulations and self-isolation protocol.
We are delighted that Simon and Lisa Morton have been listed as “Preeminent” in the Doyle’s Guide for Criminal Lawyers in Manchester.
28/09/2020 – Vacancy for a Paralegal An excellent opportunity has arisen at Morton’s Solicitors. We are established Criminal Defence Specialists with a strong reputation, and winners Crime Team of the Year at the Manchester Legal Awards in 2020 & 2018. We...
Hate crime carries with it significant punishments. Here we look at proposals which might shift the emphasis of hate crime offences.
The disclosure of criminal offences can harm chances of employment. But a recent proposal could make it easier for people to get back working.