Tag Archives: courts

Tough but intelligent

David Cameron has set his sights on changing criminal law to inspire a ‘tough but intelligent’ approach. He has declared much tougher punishment to those involved in knife incidents and other crimes that result in community sentences, and they will … Continue reading

Court of Protection & Deputyships

In cases where the Claimant lacks the capability to deal with their own affairs the Court of Protection would become involved to make decisions and appoint Deputies on behalf of the injured party to make future decisions on their behalf. … Continue reading

Riots cause legal chaos

More than 1,000 people have been arrested as violence has swept England over four continuous nights of rioting. The seemingly unlawful attitude of the rioters who have looted, caused arson, attacked innocent people and police officers in a bid to … Continue reading