Law Society president, David Greene, discusses recent concerns solicitors have raised on the potential risks they face when attending court.
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The Home Office has published its response to a consultation on pre-charge bail.
We are seeking assurance that court building arrangements continue to be appropriate following the new COVID-19 regulations and the variant strain.
We agree with the Law Commission's proposals to make changes to the law on hate crime to provide greater consistency, clarity and fairness.
As courts and tribunals continue to run during the COVID-19 pandemic, safety of staff must be a top priority.
We support the Law Commission's proposals to update law on communications offences, provided that fundamental rights are respected.
Tim O'Sullivan looks at what the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement offers for law enforcement and cooperation in criminal justice.
We welcome news the second stage of the criminal legal aid review is finally underway.
We're concerned that HMCTS' COVID-19 operating hours pilot will not solve the current backlog of criminal court cases.
HMCTS has been piloting COVID operating hours in seven crown court centres as part of its criminal recovery plan to address backlogs.