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Blogs: Criminal Justice
A fine WordPress.com site containing the views of a criminal barrister. What those views will be, only time will tell.
Author: Alison Gurden
4 out of 5 dentists recommend this WordPress.com site [It says this on the tin, Ed]
My clients are not Animals in the Zoo and shouldn’t be treated as such by others who are looking for clickbait or self promotion.
Update on Virgin train staff searching Millwall fans in January 2018
Statement in relation to AS Roma fan Filippo Lombardi
From Wolf Whistles to debates at Speakers Corner – Why we must fight against the ‘right not to be offended’
Update On Tommy Robinson & the Finsbury Park Mosque case
Did Chelsea FC turn on one of their own in the latest Y*d case?
Intelligence Gathering and Surveillance at the Football Lads Association March
Statement from Selachii LLP, Daniel Goodwin and Alison Gurden in relation to the Roy Larner Appreciation Night
Author: Richard bentwood, barrister
A barrister at Argent Chambers specialising in criminal and employment law. Quietly fuming about the proposed changes to our criminal justice system.
Author: CjScotland team
Information and ideas about criminal justice in Scotland.
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The blog of the Crown Prosecution Service.
Man jailed for manslaughter of boy who drowned at water park
Men convicted of stabbing three teenagers at Notting Hill carnival
Lorry driver jailed for fatal M69 collision
Lorry driver admits injuring cyclist after motorway footbridge crash
Gang jailed for using drones to fly items into prisons
Woman imprisoned after dog attack
Bank employee who created fake accounts to launder money is jailed
Convicted money launderer Terry Adams pays back confiscation order
Author: Ben Fitzpatrick, University of Derby
Disclosure: Flaring up again
Consent, criminal law and body modification
The place of criminal law in contemporary legal education Part 1: Thoughts from a CEPLER workshop
‘Re-imagining the Teaching of Criminal Law’: CEPLER Workshop, September 2014
Whole life terms and the relationship between compassion and punishment
Should criminal law be part of the Qualifying Law Degree?
Criminal Law and module design
Studying Criminal law: 10 things to think about
Author: Rachel Broughton, solicitor
One solicitors plea to the public
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Author: James Vine
A forum for all views on the preservation of our Criminal Justice System
Will we allow the Criminal Justice System to follow The Downward Spiral of Cost Neutrality, into oblivion?
“Election 2020. Corbyn Landslide Victory.”
Statistics, Vote Leave statistics, and lies.
Immigration is a legitimate concern, but it’s not a good reason to leave the EU. I very rarely agree with the Prime Minister but on this he’s right: we are stronger, safer and better off in.
Assisting the Court
Thoughts on the criminal justice system
A quick chat with the police – or an interview? You need a lawyer
Magna Carta stands for justice – not further cuts
Defending the rule of law against the UK government’s ‘slash and burn’
LASPO… what next?
Free CPD-accredited Human Trafficking training 09.04.14 @ 17:00
Kent Critical Law Society seminar speech 20.03.14
Guest Post: To Arms
Author: Guy Gozem QC, Lincoln House Chambers
Anything that might embarrass the Lord Chancellor?
The MoJ and Jajo, the interpreting rabbit
Lord Beecham attacks Chris Grayling – Lord McNally responds
The Ministry of Silly Talks
Lord McNally’s balloons
Liberal Democrats need a big nudge
Author: Mike Etienne, barrister
Emergency response time - how long is too long?
The NMP - 33 and still Keeping the Fight Alive
The Smiley Culture Verdict: a peculiar conception of justice
The Sean Rigg Independent Review: a family victory
The Jimmy Mubenga Inquest: how much can it really achieve?
The Gateway return to unfunded pupillages?
The depressing case of Litigants In Person
CBA Chairman calls for unity to save democracy
Author: A troublemaker
Black comedy, bright despair, dark hope, irony, urbanity, plasticity.
Twentieth Letter to the Lord Chancellor,
Nineteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Eighteenth letter to the Lord Chancellor
Seventeenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Sixteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Fifteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Fourteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Thirteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Author: A Magistrate of independent mind and a libertarian bent
Thoughts on the declining freedoms enjoyed by the ordinary citizen and a corresponding fear of the big brother state's ever-increasing encroachment on civil liberties.
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Author: Professor Robert Black QC
A commentary on the case of Abdelbaset Al-Megrahi, wrongly convicted of the murder of 270 people in the Pan Am 103 disaster.
Thirty years is a long time to grieve…without answers
The Lockerbie Legacy
Justice has been devalued
Ministers must end the Lockerbie secrecy
Further claims by Lockerbie figures of monitoring of communications
Lockerbie files: Bombing originally thought to be revenge by Iranian terrorists
Lockerbie families: we were spied on by state
Lockerbie bombing: 30 years of grief
Author: Bystander Team
Musings and Snippets from a group of people interested in Magistrates' Courts and their work. All cases are based on real ones, but anonymised and composited.
Author: Penelope Gibbs
David and Goliath or cat and mouse? Getting information on digital court reform out of the Ministry of Justice
David and Goliath or cat and mouse? Prising information on digital court reform out of the Ministry of Justice
“Like being in a dog pound” – the reality of police custody
Mice, broken lifts and buckets – the state of courts in England and Wales
Shot aged 14 in a London street – was Chris’s death an accident?
How many children who commit crimes are groomed?
Why is the justice system so starved of resources?
“I could see they believed me” – the importance of feeling listened to in court
To educate, engage and stimulate discussion amongst young people about their attitudes towards criminal law, policing, and personal responsibility. Urban Lawyers also provides information about access to the legal profession; a profession of which entry is highly competitive.
Xi Jinping’s Rule from Law
#MeToo in the Legal Industry
Human Rights Today Requires Moral Courage
The Loss of Faith in Legal Institutions and Why We Need It
Environmental Courts and Political Opportunism
Working to save UK justice
Disdain, contempt & discourtesy – not holding my breath – UPDATE
Disdain, contempt, discourtesy – The Court and The Bar – an entirely one-way street
I don’t bloody think so Your Honour!
Ongoing List Farrago
There’s a new second, longer list, and advocates are at the bottom of that one!
Listing – how far down the list do the Bar come?
Matthias, Son of Deuteronomy of Gath, has voted YES!
Just when you thought the CJS couldn’t sink any lower…………