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Posted by edelegal | 19 June 2019

We are required by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to publish data collected from our team to demonstrate our diversity. Staff were not obliged to respond to the questionnaires, but any...

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Posted by edelegal | 28 November 2018

In a dramatic climax the jury returned guilty verdicts in the case of R v Sally Metcalfe, the hapless Coronation Street Councillor caught up in fraud, money laundering and bribery....

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Posted by edelegal | 11 December 2017

As Christmas approaches and we begin to let our hair down a little and enjoy the festivities, some people are enticed into the world of so-called ‘recreational drugs’. There are...

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Posted by edelegal | 10 November 2017

The Parole Board celebrates its’ 50th birthday, having been created by the Criminal Justice Act 1967. The initial purpose of the Board was to advise ministers on the release of...

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Posted by edelegal | 08 November 2017

In December 2016 two men were convicted of manslaughter following an avoidable brake failure that resulted in the deaths of four people, including a young girl. Neither of the men...

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Posted by edelegal | 18 September 2017

Liar, ITV’s new 6-part drama, is gripping the nation, with people already reaching conclusions as to whether Laura, played by the actress Joanne Froggatt (better known for her role as...

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