Category Archives: Crown Court Barrister

Top Oxford Crown Court judge speaks out as criminal cases delayed

Crown Court judges are instrumental in delivering justice. A robust but fair judiciary are the cornerstone of the criminal justice system of any civilised society. The efficient and quick disposal of cases is central. Recent delays in the disposal and more »

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Families continue to suffer from the legal aid cuts

Strong concerns are being raised that the family courts system is at a ‘breaking point’ owing to the delays now caused in proceedings due to unrepresented parties. The concern was quoted by the family lawyers body Resolution. With a fear more »

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Court of Appeal clears challenge by Criminal Barristers to the Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates

The Court of Appeal in London has allowed criminal barristers represented by the Criminal Bar Association (CBA) to continue its challenge to the controversial Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates (QASA) and suggested it calls on the entire bar to help more »

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Crown court barristers ballot in favour of government deal

The Criminal Bar Association (CBA), the representative body of criminal barristers in England and Wales last week, conducted a crucial ballot of its membership, arguably one the most significant decisions in its history. The CBA ballot on collective action by more »

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Successful appeal against conviction failing to provide a breath specimen

Our client, was arrested for failing to provide a breath specimen at the police station successfully quashed his conviction at Isleworth Crown Court. Despite having tested positive when breathalysed at the roadside, and then was taken to Belgravia police station more »

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