Domestic violence Jan02

Domestic violence

Domestic Abuse Domestic violence or domestic abuse, is defined "as any incident of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are or have been intimate partners or family members, regardless of their gender or sexuality". The prosecutor will have to decide whether ...

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Drug possession

Drug Possession There are legal restrictions aimed at preventing drug misuse. The main objective is the control of the use and distribution of dangerous and harmful drugs. In the United Kingdom, the offences relating to the misuse of controlled drugs are mainly found in the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 ("the Act"). If you ha...

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Windrush Immigration Cases Jan04

Windrush Immigration Cases

Windrush Immigration Cases The Windrush cases has been a defining moment in the history of the UK migration challenges. Mistakes have been made. Drastic immigration decisions included the requirement to demonstrate their right to rent, to live, work and even have a bank account in the UK. The Home Office recognised that ...

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Victim of the crime Jan04

Victim of the crime

Victims of Crime Crime can have devastating and lasting consequences to the victim. Some victims suffer psychological injuries that are hardly to see. The physical injuries can equally be debilitating.

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Aggravated assault Jan05

Aggravated assault

Politics, especially international politics, economic and social changes have long and lasting impact onĀ  our day to day lives. This has resulted in the last decades on crimes with an aggravated element. We have seen an increase in aggravated assaults cases. Racist and religious crime have different charges. We will update you on th...

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