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The Hunter Games: an examination of private entrapment – part 3

30 March 2017

This is the final post in a series of posts which consider whether cases which rely on evidence gathered by vigilante groups should be considered an abuse of process. In this post, I consider, drawing...
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The Hunter Games: an examination of private entrapment – part 2

24 March 2017

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The Hunter Games: an examination of private entrapment

15 March 2017

Seemingly disillusioned by the police’s ability to apprehend paedophiles, vigilantes (often referred to as “paedophile hunters”) adopt false online profiles to lure potential sex offenders into committing criminal offences....
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Criminal Law Updater – Early 2017 Edition: Criminal Procedure, Confiscation and Sentencing

06 March 2017

With Christmas done and dusted the higher courts started work in 2017 with matters that had continued to be explored in 2016 – inconsistency in jury verdicts. ...
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Criminal Law Update - Early 2017 Edition – Criminal Evidence

06 March 2017

The use of intermediaries came under scrutiny in the case of R v Rashid [2017] EWCA Crim 2 and whether an intermediary should have been granted for the entirety of the trial. Practitioners should be readily aware of the distinction...
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