Magistrates Court, Criminal only?

Magistrates (Criminal) The magistrates is primarily for criminal matters. Crimes are generally under three categories: Summary Indictable Triable either way (Offences) Summary offences are trialled in a Magistrates courts. Other crimes even though they are not summary offences are still …

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What Is The Difference Between Litigating And What Barristers Normally Do?

When the Bar’s public direct access scheme first appeared, it was designed to enable lay clients who could manage their case without the assistance of a solicitor to instruct a barrister directly. It was not intended to let barristers perform …

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Commercial and regulatory investigations and prosecutions

(transcription:) Businesses, regulations, and the law. Businesses today, whether they be large or small, have never been subject to so much regulation. And that is so, whether it be Health and Safety regulations, or regulations controlling some other aspect of …

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