Category: Crime

Overarching principles: Sentencing offenders with mental disorders, developmental disorders, or neurological impairments

Oct 07

Crime

Overarching principles: Sentencing offenders with mental disorders, developmental disorders, or neurological impairments
Causation in Gross Negligence Manslaughter – Keeping the Criminal Standard Alive
Lisa Hancox

Sep 30

Crime

Causation in Gross Negligence Manslaughter – Keeping the Criminal Standard Alive
Success for St Philips Barristers in £1m confiscation proceedings test case

Sep 02

Crime

Success for St Philips Barristers in £1m confiscation proceedings test case
Court of Appeal Considers the Principle of Disclosure Relating to Electronic Records Held by Prosecution Witnesses
Zaheer Afzal

Aug 05

Crime

Court of Appeal Considers the Principle of Disclosure Relating to Electronic Records Held by Prosecution Witnesses
Two New Important Judgments
Matt Cullen

Jul 28

Crime

Two New Important Judgments
St Philips barristers warn convicted landlords over possible confiscation

Jul 23

Crime

St Philips barristers warn convicted landlords over possible confiscation
St Philips Barristers, Kevin Hegarty QC and Simon Phillips have been briefed to prosecute a woman accused of killing her mother

Jul 01

Crime

St Philips Barristers, Kevin Hegarty QC and Simon Phillips have been briefed to prosecute a woman accused of killing her mother
10th Amendment to CPD – Key Developments To Bench Warrants and s86A Courts Act 2003

Jun 04

Crime

10th Amendment to CPD – Key Developments To Bench Warrants and s86A Courts Act 2003
Debut Social Distancing Trial hailed a success by St Philips member

Jun 03

Crime

Debut Social Distancing Trial hailed a success by St Philips member
Covid-19 and Suspended Sentences – A Court of Appeal Judgment: R v Christopher Manning [2020] EWCA Crim 592, 2020 WL 02201888
Olivia Beesley

May 13

Crime

Covid-19 and Suspended Sentences – A Court of Appeal Judgment: R v Christopher Manning [2020] EWCA Crim 592, 2020 WL 02201888
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