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Treatment for vulnerable offenders

Vulnerable offenders with mental health, alcohol and substance abuse issues are addressing the underlying cause of their offending, as part of a pioneering new government backed scheme.

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Robbers have their sentences increased

In a sign that the courts are taking the vulnerability of victims more into account when assessing punishments for the guilty, a gang of robbers have recently had their sentences increased.

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Digital Assets in your Will

When you think about producing a Will, physical assets such as property, vehicles, money, and personal belongings initially come to mind. But can you include your digital assets in a Will?

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Naming a young offender, could be a criminal offence

Current laws on defamation are being renewed to take social media into account, after a recent arrest of a 16-year-old boy, who was charged with rape and murder to a young school-girl.

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Is a worker employed or self-employed?

June 2018

Following a recent high profile Court case, partner Andrew Bryan poses the Question “When is a worker an employee rather than a self-employed contractor?”

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Upskirting Law moves a step closer

June 2018

After the recent private members bill on ‘upskirting’ was so spectacularly and publicly blocked in parliament recently, the Government has finally stepped in to take action.

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