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Criminal Law Archive - 2018

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JLS singer Oritse Williams is facing a rape charge – Have police left it too late?

Former JLS member Oritse Williams attended Magistrates’ Court last week. Despite much being made of his failure to do so, he wasn’t actually required to enter his plea, as rape cases are only heard in the Crown Court. Oritse Williams continues to be on unconditional bail, at least until his first hearing in the Crown Court which... Read More

The ban on drill music: hapless and discriminatory?

When Kingston Crown Court slapped a Criminal Behaviour Order on the young members of drill music group 1011, the public sat up and paid attention. The five West London teenagers had been imprisoned after police arrested them in Notting Hill in November last year for conspiracy to commit violent disorder. Their resulting CBO, issued at the... Read More

Funding in family law: Government to review LASPO

The Ministry of Justice has announced a Post-Implementation Review (PIR) of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO), which altered the provision of legal aid. The announcement is made in conjunction with a call for evidence and information that may be helpful in ascertaining what “the future of legal... Read More
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