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How the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) determines whether a criminal case should be prosecuted
At Teesside Crown Court he was made subject to a Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 confiscation order in the sum of £1,026,887.45.
The government has outlined the uncertainty that a no-deal Brexit would cause in civil cases that involve EU countries.
Losing the incentives that lure insurance fraudsters – in the view of the UK’s biggest insurer, that is one of the benefits to be gained when the proposed version of the Civil Liability Bill is enacted.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has suspended the £58m project to change the way court orders are enforced and historic criminal debt is collected because it does not have enough money.
The Home Office launched a consultation in respect of further revisions to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) Codes of Practice.
Following the Law Commission’s analysis of the law, the provisional conclusion is an electronic signature is capable in general of meeting a statutory requirement for a signature.
Magistrates in Birmingham and the wider county are dishing out strong sentences
Vulnerable victims of heartless scams will soon find support in a new police initiative as fraud continues to soar.
The Government has agreed to improve the enforcement of financial orders, in response to a Law Commission report.
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