The key feature in the December edition of the Manchester Law Society publication relates to a recent report by Crest Advisory the criminal justice research, strategy and communication organisation. The report suggests that the criminal justice system is at a ‘tipping point’.
Many working in the care industry don’t know that it can be a criminal offence to supply false or misleading information. The offence is serious and can lead to prison sentence of up to two years. Regulatory law specialist Charlotte Ellis explains the offence and how not to fall foul if it.
Legal Executive Rachel Murphy works in the firms Crown Court department dealing with clients charged with serious offences. Here, Rachel provides her 7 most important tips in achieving the best result when being sentenced at the Crown Court.
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