"To what extent does the legislation in relation to Corporate Manslaughter achieve its aims? Are companies and organisations any more accountable for their actions?”
Drivers who have been summonsed for or convicted of failing to furnish driver details under a S172 notice may have their case defended or appealed due to recent legal developments.
The custody clock as we know it is no more.
As of 30th June 2011, police in Greater Manchester, West Mercia and Wiltshire have been afforded additional powers to prevent people arrested for domestic violence offences & released with no charge contacting the original complainant or attending at their address for a period of between 14 to 28 days following release.