Category Archive for: ‘Other Criminal Offence’

Theodore Johnson – Why was he free to kill again?

At the start of this month, Theodore Johnson (64) pleaded guilty to murdering his former partner, Ms Angela Best (51), at her home on 15th December 2016 by beating … Continue reading

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Family Legal Aid for Survivors of Domestic Abuse

From January 2018 the evidence test to qualify for Legal Aid in family cases for survivors of domestic abuse will be greatly relaxed.

The government has decided to scrap the … Continue reading

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Fitness to Practise and University – What you need to know?

Studying for a degree and working hard towards a professional qualification only to find your future in jeopardy?

Are you facing Disciplinary or Fitness to Practise Proceedings at university? The … Continue reading

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Child Protection Plans

Social Services have a statutory obligation to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children.

 

If Social Services invite you to attend a Child Protection Conference it is because … Continue reading

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Nitrous Oxide, the latest “legal high” & The Psychoactive Substances Act 2016: No Laughing Matter

Nitrous Oxide, or laughing gas, is well known for its euphoric and pain relieving effects as it is widely used as an anaesthetic in medicine and dentistry; it is even … Continue reading

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Do you require legal representation at Court?

If you require legal representation at the Youth Court, Magistrates’ Court and/or the Crown Court do not hesitate to call our Criminal Law Team at Emery Johnson Astills on 0116 … Continue reading

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DID YOU KNOW IF YOU’RE A STUDENT AND RECEIVE A CRIMINAL CONVICTION IT COULD AFFECT YOUR STUDIES?

Are you a student at University, studying to gain employment for your future career? If you find yourself in trouble with the police or criminal courts, you are expected to … Continue reading

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Stamp Duty Land Tax changes for First Time Buyers

Prior to 22nd November 2017 when purchasing a Property, First Time Buyers had to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) on increasing portions of the Property price above £125,000.00.

Following … Continue reading

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Proposed Domestic Violence Register

Liz Saville Roberts, MP for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, is attempting to introduce a law to create a register of perpetrators convicted of domestic violence, with a condition that Police must warn … Continue reading

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Parental Responsibility and Surrogacy in Same Sex Civil Partnerships

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 set out who under English Law are the legal parents of a child which is born after sperm donation or artificial insemination or … Continue reading

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