If you’ve been accused of a crime it can have a devastating impact on your personal relationships and professional reputation. You may feel as if you’re in limbo, not knowing what is happening or [...]
CPS change decision to prosecute Life Peer for historic Sexual Offences. The impact of the Victims’ right to review scheme.
On the 29th June the CPS made an announcement that Life Peer, Lord Graville Janner will face prosecution for 22 allegations of historic sexual abuse dating from 1963 to 1988. The decision has [...]
A person’s arrest is often considered inevitable if they are suspected of involvement in the commission of a criminal offence. However arrest is the removal of a person’s liberty and whereas for [...]