CPS fail to serve evidence for “financial reasons”.

In a remarkable case before Blackfriars Crown Court (R. v. Andrews) his honour Judge Peter Murphy refused to allow the CPS to admit evidence which was to be served on the defence only on the second day of a trial of three defendants accused of conspiracy to supply class A drugs. The result of that ruling was […]

Public Law Legal Aid Contract Extended

Public law legal aid contract extended to 2015 Legal aid has been subject to savage cuts in 2013, and further cuts are forecast for 2014 and beyond. Public law contracts(to do judicial review work) were  set to come to an end in March 2014, but the LAA have now announced that our contract will be […]