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Unintentionally funding terror and the implications for professionals

United Kingdom - December 19 2018 The Supreme Court judgment in R v Sally Lane and John Letts (AB and CD) 2018 UKSC 36 makes clear that providing financial support for terrorism is...

Manslaughter guidelines recognise that caregivers are at breaking point

United Kingdom - November 9 2018 Manslaughter is a rare offence: only 153 sentences across all forms, which range from “one punch” deaths to caregiver neglect, were passed in 2016...

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The Crimes They Are A Changin’ - How headlines influence guidelines

United Kingdom - November 1 2018 Today (1 November 2018) the Sentencing Council’s Manslaughter Definitive Guideline (‘the Guideline’) comes into force. The Guideline is part of the...

Whirlpool appeal - two years on but ‘very large’ fines remain restrained

United Kingdom - February 16 2018 This month marks the second anniversary of the publication of the Sentencing Council’s Health and Safety Offences, Corporate Manslaughter and Food...

Behind closed doors - open justice and challenging search warrants

United Kingdom - February 2 2018 When faced with the potential infringement of a fundamental right as a result of a criminal investigation, open justice demands that the allegations...