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Why parliamentary parties aren’t trade organisations

In an interesting LinkedIn article, Peter Daly of Doyle Clayton Solicitors and Chris Milsom of Cloisters Chambers argue that MPs are entitled to bring discrimination c...

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A right to sex? (Part II)

In May 2021, we wrote about the controversial decision of Hayden J in the case of A Local Authority v C & Ors. Under Read More

Success in the Crown Court

Levins recently represented a defendant at Preston crown court accused of conspiracy to cause GBH. After a two year wait for trial our client was acquitted of all charges and can return to a normal life.

Our client stated...

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Festivals and Drug Offences

Having burst onto the Festival scene 20 years ago at the old Liverpool airport site our local Cheshire festival has grown into one of the biggest weekends in the festival calendar. The Festival attracts over 70,000 festival goers over the weekend event from all over the coun...

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How to make a complaint

We aim to provide an excellent service. We are audited annually to maintain our Lexcel Quality Mark which covers all aspects of good law firm management.

If you are unh...

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A right to sex?

A judgment by Mr Justice Hayden in the Court of Protection about the lawfulness of arranging for a man in care (‘C’) to have contact with a sex worker* has attracted much criticism. We wanted to explain why we ...

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Bite Mark Evidence – Part One

What is bite mark evidence?

A bite mark is a pattern produced by the indentations of the teeth into any substance capable of being marked.

It is argued ...

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Line of Duty – The Acronym

The new series of the BBC's Line of Duty is back on our screens, with another battle ahead for the police against serious organised crime.

For those new to this drama, the first episode may well have been very confusing. T...

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Good character as mitigation

What is good character?

As far as the criminal courts are concerned, a person of good character is usually someone without convictions or cautions recorded against them. It is of particular relevance in a ...

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Passenger Locator Forms and fraud – some jurisdictional issues

With due apologies for parochialism, we will concentrate in this blog on the legal position in England, though it seems likely that similar issues will arise in relation to the law of Wales.

Traditionally, at common law, n...

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