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On-spot fines “too easy an option”...
The IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists) has echoed the concerns of the Magistrates' Association, pointing out that the careless ...
Home Office to reclassify 'legal highs'
The home secretary's plans to clamp down on some currently legal drugs are lacking in clarity, experts have warned.
Restraining orders made easier to grant
Victims of domestic violence are to be given greater protection by courts in England and Wales from next month, the government has...
Bid to shame 'drug drivers'
Transport secretary Lord Adonis has launched a government campaign to make drug driving "socially unacceptable".
Youth sentencing inconsistent, say MPs
Custodial sentences for young offenders are being used inconsistently, MPs have warned.
Community Justice at Salford Magistrates’ Court...
Dear Community Member, I am pleased to invite you to visit and observe Community Justice at Salford Magistrates Court.
Legal aid: 60 years on
The Legal Services Commission outlines how it is marking the 60th anniversary of legal aid.
Ministers 'misrepresenting' role of CPS
Government claims that the Crown Prosecution service is a champion of victims' rights is a "damaging misrepresentation of reality"...
Harman demands tougher action on tackling...
Minister for women Harriet Harman has expressed concern that a review of rape laws is failing to address vital issues.
Asbo handbook released by Worsley MP
Worsley MP Barbara Keeley has launched an anti-social behaviour handbook to make sure people in Salford know their rights and can ...
Eccles girl's ASBO extended
An ASBO imposed on a Salford girl for two years when she was 15 has been extended for a further 15 months.
Overcrowded prisons reach new peak
Parliamentary researcher Mike Forster discusses the wider implications of the Ministry of Justice's prison population figures, pub...
Miscarriage of cyber justice
Parliamentary researcher Tal Ofer examines the case of Gary McKinnon and asks whether he should be tried under the UK justice syst...
Johnson announces ID card 'milestone' in...
The home secretary has announced the next "milestone" in the development of ID cards, unveiling the official design in Manchester....
Sentence expected on Demi Leigh babysitter...
A babysitter who murdered a two-year-old girl in Eccles on his 15th birthday is due to be sentenced at Liverpool Crown Court.
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