Delay & Alleged Historic Offending

    It is now commonplace for us to be asked to deal with cases where a person is accused of a crime, most commonly of a sexual nature, which is said to have occurred many decades earlier. Not surprisingly, those accused will wonder how they can be expected to properly defend themselves after such … Continued

The Colston Statue – Appeal or set in stone ?

  This week four people were acquitted of criminal damage after admitting to pulling down the Colston Statue in Bristol and throwing it into the Quay.   A number of commentators have expressed their outrage at the juries decision and have called for the Attorney General to appeal the acquittal. In this article, we discuss … Continued