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Month: August 2018


13.08.18

Grenfell Tower Police interviews under caution – What charges could be brought?

In a statement released on Wednesday 18 July 2018, Scotland Yard confirmed that “the police investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire has moved to a new phase with a planned programme of interviews under caution,” and that further interviews are scheduled to take place in the “coming weeks and months”. To date, there have been…

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8.08.18

Love Island and the perils of online trolling

Love Island has come to an end and it certainly divided opinion.  For some, the ITV2 reality dating show set in a luxurious villa in Mallorca was one of the highlights of this glorious summer and a welcome alternative to what seemed like endless hours of World Cup football.  For many others, it was the…

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7.08.18

Clearing your name: the devil is in the detail

Statistically, most people charged with criminal offences are guilty as charged. In fact, the vast majority either plead ‘guilty’ of their own volition, or are found guilty at trial and are sentenced. Quite apart from the sentencing, there are rules about how long those convictions remain ‘live’ (meaning they must be disclosed to potential employers)….

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