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The first ever auction of bitcoin as the result of an instruction by a UK police force has secured more than £240,000 to be reinvested in the prevention of crime.
The new General guideline for sentencing offences that do not have a specific sentencing guideline, published by the Sentencing Council, now in force in all courts across E&W
MPs and others are wrong to say that the Ministry of Justice’s (MoJ) budget has fallen by 40% since 2010, new justice minister Chris Philp said last week.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) urges members of the public who lost money in an unauthorised scheme called the Churchgate Trading Syndicate and who may be eligible to receive some of their money back, to get in contact with the FCA.
HM Courts & Tribunals Services (HMCTS) must collect data on vulnerable users of online courts, on matters such as age, disability, race and sexual orientation, a report by the Legal Education Foundation (LEF) has said.
Serious criminals will face "tougher" jail sentences, the government has said.
A jailed airport parking boss who swindled almost half a million pounds from the tax man must repay almost £300,000 or face another three years behind bars.
A couple who made a fortune bankrupting companies to fund their lavish lifestyle have today been ordered to repay more than £10million.
HMCTS response from CEO Susan Acland-Hood to National Audit Office report ‘Transforming Courts and Tribunals – a progress update’
HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has made “good progress” in transforming some services, but there are still “significant challenges” ahead for the court modernisation programme, the National Audit Office (NAO) said today.
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