In his latest post, family law blogger John Bolch examines whether a strike could be a distinct possibility if the supply of goodwill runs out as legal colleagues continue to face extreme pressures with cases and courts.
It is often said that the absence of evidence does not equate to evidence of absence, and whilst this might be true in many situations – for example, the absence of blood on the clothing of an alleged assailant might be because he did not commit the offence or alternatively because the complainant was not […]
Nick Wallis has written what feels like the most important book I have ever read. “The Great Post Office Scandal” begins with a short foreword by Seema Misra, a victim of the scandal and the former subpostmaster for West Byfleet. It is hard to imagine anything more gently suburban, but in just six short paragraphs, […]
Smartphones are a part of everyday life, and they can tell investigators a lot about the actions of both suspects and victims, leading up to the event being investigated. Simply having the details of an individual in the contact list may be enough to disprove the claim that “I never knew them”, and having the […]
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