September 2018

Posted by edelegal | 26 September 2018

A few years ago, the National Probation Service was split into two. The exiSting service maintained its supervision of high-risk offenders, mainly those serving lengthy sentences or with complex rehabilitation...

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Posted by edelegal | 24 September 2018

The answer is sometimes, but not always.   Two years ago, Nottinghamshire Police decided to label misogyny and offences targeting women as hate crime or hate incidents. Two local universities...

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Posted by edelegal | 19 September 2018

The simple answer is no, but there are potential consequences in certain circumstances.   When can they ask?   It is arguable that the police could ask you whenever they...

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Posted by edelegal | 12 September 2018

If you have provided a statement for the prosecution or for the defence you may be called to court to give evidence at the defendant’s trial.   Is there help...

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Posted by edelegal | 10 September 2018

What are you talking about?   Monkey dust is a synthetic drug, a type of new psychoactive substance. It is similar to other cathinone drugs such as MDPV, methylone and...

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Posted by edelegal | 03 September 2018

There has been much ado in the press about police forces undertaking random checks on motorists and revoking licences at the roadside. So, what are their powers?   Can the...

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