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Blog - Criminal Defence Solicitors - BSB

Comment and analysis on the latest news and cases in our practice areas.
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07/02/2018
Many in the medical profession are up in arms following a recent High Court case involving Dr Bawa-Garba (General Medical Council v Bawa-Garba [2018] EWHC 76 (Admin).
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01/02/2018
BSB Partner Jonathan Black writes for Legal Voice on why disclosure must remain in the news .
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10/01/2018
Laws that criminalise unlawful violence date back to 1861 and are used every day in criminal courts to support prosecutions.
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22/11/2017
A phone call and a summons into school about a Child’s “sexting behaviour “ can be deeply traumatic for all involved and have potentially life and prospective career changing consequences for the child and is obviously distressing for the pare...
16/11/2017
In some instances, it is possible to apply to a court and ask that a driving ban is ended early. Therefore, if your circumstances have changed since being disqualified, it is worth discussing with one of our criminal law specialists whether or no...
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01/11/2017
At Stevenage Magistrates' court last week BSB solicitors in-house barrister Craig Crosbie secured the acquittal of a Bishops Stortford taxi driver and father of 6, KU, accused of refusing to carry an assistance dog - and so saving his licence and liv...
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01/11/2017
For 13 burglaries, with a value totalling over £100,000, Mr N, 20, walked free from court yesterday with a 22-month sentence suspended for 2 years - thanks to BSB Solicitors.
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01/11/2017
In certain situations, we can find a way out of which does not involve a career-damaging caution or stressful criminal proceedings
30/10/2017
Eighty six percent of people in the UK do not fully understand the rules on rail penalty fares, and as a result and could have criminal sanctions made on them inappropriately, according to a new national survey.
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04/10/2017
Given the increase in drone ownership, and as people are considering their seasonal gift shopping, we set out in this article how you can ensure that you can avoid falling foul of the law. You can be prosecuted and fined for improper use or even fac...