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Getting charges withdrawn under new CPS covid-19 guidance

New Crown Prosecution Service guidance requires prosecutors to consider dropping charges to reduce the backlog of cases from the Covid-19 outbreak. The CPS in their April 2020 interim guidance (set out below) have acknowledged the challenge they face in processing the...

March 2020 Newsletter

We have set out below details of successful cases this month which show how the firms strategies are used to pursue dismissal of the charges where the police fail to manage the case properly before the trial. Other issues include non-attendance of prosecution...

Sample Cases 2018/19/20

Sample Cases 2018/19/20 We have set out below a selection of cases successfully defended in which all clients avoided a mandatory driving ban and most were awarded legal fees to be reimbursed.   North Tyneside MC – R v RJ One of our reviewing lawyers Laura...

Police laboratory subject to ransom claim

Month: July 2019 Another case demonstrating the opportunities to challenge the integrity of evidential specimens. This time Eurofins who work on thousands of cases for the police each year have had weaknesses in their data security systems...

Police disclosure failings highlighted by Government select committee

Month: July 2018 Article below published by Law Society Gazette 20/07/18 Culture and leadership to blame for criminal evidence disclosure failures, say MPs Failures by police and prosecution authorities to disclose evidence which led to miscarriages of justice must be...

Data Protection Policy

Data Protection and Privacy Policy INTRODUCTION Welcome to National Motoring Lawyers privacy notice. National Motoring Lawyers respects your privacy and is committed to protecting your personal data. This privacy notice will inform you as to how we look after your...

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