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In The Spotlight: False Rape Claims

24.09.12

The Guardian reports that “a woman who lied to police about being raped by three men after she regretted sleeping with them has been jailed for two years.” Rosie Dodd…

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In The Spotlight: False Rape Claims

Anti Social Behaviour legislation should be reviewed and simplified

22.05.12

The current regime has led to orders being made and then quashed against a wife who was living in the same household as her husband. Orders have also been made…

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Anti Social Behaviour legislation should be reviewed and simplified

‘Offensive’ Manchester United sticker leaves fan in hot water

09.03.11

It was reported by the Guardian today that a Manchester United fan was told by police she faced legal action unless she removed part of a car sticker which teased Manchester City….

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‘Offensive’ Manchester United sticker leaves fan in hot water

Wayne’s Whirl. Do football players need lawyers and not agents?

22.10.10

In the light of the Wayne Rooney saga this week, once again the “Agent” culture is going to be called into question, however in the light of this there are…

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Wayne’s Whirl. Do football players need lawyers and not agents?

No butts: Smokers liable for cigarette fines

03.08.10

I have been asked by a client today to advise on the position of flicking a cigarette butt out of the window of a car. There have been lots of…

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No butts: Smokers liable for cigarette fines

Senior judge says ‘torrent of legislation’ made legal system incomprehensible

05.05.10

Frances Gibb, Times Online, 5th May 2010 A new government should call a halt to the “torrent” of legislation that has made the legal system incomprehensible to judges and the public…

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Senior judge says ‘torrent of legislation’ made legal system incomprehensible

New speed cameras trap motorists from space

21.04.10

Richard Savill, Telegraph, 20th April 2010 The cameras, which combine number plate reading technology with a global positioning satellite receiver, are similar to those used in roadworks. The AA said…

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New speed cameras trap motorists from space

‘Shill Bidding’ eBayer Faces £50,000 Fine

20.04.10

An eBay seller has become the first person convicted in the UK for making sham bids on his own items on the online auction site. Paul Barrett, 39, from Stanley,…

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‘Shill Bidding’ eBayer Faces £50,000 Fine

Granting Expense MP’s legal aid could “cost the public less”

13.04.10

Although the MP’s have been granted legal aid, and this may be distasteful in the eyes of the public, it has to be remembered that should they be found guilty an assessment…

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Granting Expense MP’s legal aid could “cost the public less”

Can a criminal trial remain fair without a jury?

06.04.10

Four men were recently convicted of a £1.75m robbery at Heathrow airport – in Britain’s first serious criminal trial without a jury. With three previous abortive attempts to try the case, new laws…

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Can a criminal trial remain fair without a jury?

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