The Criminal Department will be hosting Spring seminars this May in both Bristol and Cardiff.
Registration and refreshments from 5pm, with the following talks starting at 5.30pm for two hours:
Offenders of Particular Concern
David Maunder reviews the section 236A of the Criminal Justice Act 2003, and the practical effect of the new sentencing regime in serious sex cases”.
When is it fair to withhold legal advice from a suspect in interview?
Charley Pattison looks at the right to a fair trial in terrorism investigations.
“Would that be a lie, or would that be the truth?”
Catherine Flint offers insight into how ABE evidence of a child can be key.
Chris Smyth examines the circumstances in which one count can properly be admissible in respect of another.
Click below to book for either the Bristol or Cardiff seminar or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place now.
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