2021 January lockdown and Devon Justice

In the latest, third lockdown, after some weeks the Exeter criminal courts have found a balance between reducing the risk of COVID infection with continuing the business of criminal justice. Visible and regular cleaning has been a constant, screens between parties had...

Welcoming back solicitor Michaela Rose

After several months of being on furlough, our crime solicitor Michaela Rose is back. There are a few changes in how it all works since she last was in the courts and police station but the new routine is not so different. These are the changes she will have seen:...

COVID 19 Prison and Criminal law in Devon Update

Prison Law: The current COVID-19 crisis has had a major impact on prison law. All adjudications within the prison, which are usually heard before an independent judge, have been postponed. Similarly all Oral Hearings were postponed as the crisis developed. Happily the...

April 2020 – COVID 19

Covid 19 is impacting everyone in these days of social distancing. Criminal defence lawyers (like the police and the courts) are still working, even if it means we cannot man our offices like we would want to. We are still available 24/7 to anyone who needs us as we...

March 2020 – This is why we do what we do.

R v T - Weeks of discrepancies in cash recording caused a business to accuse our client, who had years of excellent service, of theft from employer. In preparation for trial we questioned the thoroughness of the business' internal investigation and unearthed material...

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