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The MoJ GovUK has a survey inviting views on possible improvements to pages for Civil Procedure Rules, Family Procedure Rules, Criminal Procedure Rules and other procedure rules for magistrates' courts and Crown Court
About you : Please help us improve the Procedure Rules pages (smartsurvey.co.uk)
The first ever CPS Economic Crime strategy sets out an ambitious plan to combat these offences which are estimated to cost billions each year.
CPS launches ambitious plan to combat economic crime | The Crown Prosecution Service
Victims of crime will get better support from the police, courts and other criminal justice agencies as a new Victims’ Code comes into force today (Thursday 1 April).
New Victims’ Code comes into force - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
This report looks back at Kevin McGinty CBE’s six-year tenure as Chief Inspector of the CPS. It sets out findings from inspections carried out over the past six years and identifies cross-cutting themes.
A six-year review (justiceinspectorates.gov.uk)
A woman who was jailed after carrying out a six-year benefit scam has been released just two weeks into her sentence following an appeal.
Lothian woman released from jail two weeks into year-long fraud sentence | Edinburgh News (scotsman.com)
Our Economic Crime Strategy provides a high-level vision of where we want to be by 2025, helping to focus our work where it really matters.
Economic Crime Strategy 2025 | The Crown Prosecution Service (cps.gov.uk)
Delays in cases going through the civil court continue to spiral upwards, with the whiplash reforms set to increase pressure on the small claims court even further in the coming months.
Trial delays continue to lengthen across civil courts - Litigation Futures
The Law Commission has published a consultation seeking ideas for its 14th programme of law reform.
Law Commission: 14th Programme of Law Reform - Ministry of Justice - Citizen Space
Seeking views on the proposal to increase selected court fees and Help with Fees income thresholds by inflation.
This consultation is being held on another website.
This consultation closes at
11:59pm on 17 May 2021
The Bank of England's (BoE) governor has lobbied the government to bring in legal requirements for internet companies like Google (GOOGL) to remove financial fraud websites.
Online Harms Bill: BoE's Bailey wants action on fraudsters (yahoo.com)
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