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A former bankrupt, currently serving a six-and-a-half years’ prison sentence, has had a home he tried to conceal, confiscated.
Legislation to allow judges to delegate tasks to court staff was announced by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) yesterday as it emerged that the Civil Procedure Rule Committee (CPRC) has already begun looking at the issue.
After months of debate on the court modernisation programme led by Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS), we now have an authoritative analysis from the National Audit Office (NAO).
Britain’s financial watchdog faced sharp criticism on Wednesday from former small business owners who say they have been mistreated by big banks
Following a POCA hearing on at Liverpool Crown Court a former Police Officer with Lancashire Constabulary, was handed a £367,772.50 confiscation order.
The failure of HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) to carry the support of lawyers for its ambitious modernisation plans has contributed to failing to meet its timetable, according to Parliament’s spending watchdog.
The aim of the government’s £1bn court modernisation programme is to cut annual spending on the courts by £250m every year from 2022, with thousands of jobs to go, it has emerged.
Prisoner-on-prisoner assaults up 11% and assaults on staff up 23% in 2017, MoJ figures show
The Cabinet Office has awarded the contract for data matching in the National Fraud Initiative (NFI) to incumbent service provider Synectics Solutions.
More and more complex digital data is being used in court cases. But the growing pile of digital evidence is straining the resources of investigators
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