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A CPS case about a dishonest care home owner who defrauded wealthy residents of more than £4m has clarified the definition of dishonesty in criminal law.
The Lord Chief Justice (LCJ) has said there will be “no going back” to pre-pandemic days for the courts in their use of technology.
The impact of the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic left no part of the UK untouched. The criminal justice system was no exception.
Video hearings in certain criminal cases are more likely to lead to defendants receiving a prison sentence, a major study has found.
Legal experts have told Parliament’s Human Rights Committee that legislation is desirable to ensure public trust in the data security of the Covid-19 coronavirus contact-tracing app
The UK government has published proposals to grant five additional public authorities certain powers under an amendment to the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, including the power to obtain communications data from UK and overseas service providers.
Victims of crime will have greater access to support during the coronavirus pandemic after a funding boost for charity helplines and online services.
Crime was one of the main topics on the agenda at today's coronavirus daily briefing from 10 Downing Street.
UK government wants to extend the number of public authorities able to obtain communications data using mass surveillance
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