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McKinnon extradition decision delayed

The decision on Gary McKinnon's extradition has been delayed to October, to allow time for new medical reports to be...

24th July 2012

Human Rights & Criminal Justice (3rd Edition)

Ben Emmerson QC; Professor Andrew Ashworth; Alison Macdonald Full and systematic analysis of UK human rights law and the...

23rd July 2012

PC Harwood found not guilty of manslaughter

PC Simon Harwood has been acquitted of manslaughter following the death of newspaper seller Ian Tomlinson during the G20...

19th July 2012

‘Lord of fraud’ found guilty of fleecing 600 pensioners in £6m scam

Hugh Rodley and three others were today found guilty of fleecing up to 600 pensioners into backing companies with the promise...

12th July 2012

Counsel appointed to Regulatory List

The Health & Safety Executive, the Office of Rail Regulation and the Environment Agency have announced the results of...

4th July 2012

Supreme Court rules on Article 8 rights of children in extradition

In the case of PH and HH, the Supreme Court, consisting of 7 judges in this landmark case, addressed how the Article 8 rights...

20th June 2012

Rebekah and Charles Brooks appear in court

Rebekah and Charles Brooks appeared before Westminster Magistrates" Court today, when their case was sent to Southwark Crown...

13th June 2012

Supreme Court rules that Article 6 of the ECHR applies to extradition

The Supreme Court allowed the appeals in the four extradition cases of Lukaszewski, Pomiechowski, Rozanski and Halligen,...

8th June 2012

Barrister cleared of VAT fraud

A barrister of 30 years call was acquitted of fraud at the Old Bailey after he was accused of failing to make VAT returns or...

1st June 2012

Royal Academy of Music finance chief jailed for 20 months

Neil Saunders represented Jan Whitehouse, the former financial director at the Royal Academy of Music. She is a 56 year old...

31st May 2012