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Mum's three murder charges dropped

No further action to be taken following the death of Andrew Pi...

Once the Police have completed their investigations, they will refer the case to the Crown Prosecution Service for advice on how to proceed. We will then make a decision on whether a suspect should be charged, and what that charge should be. The ... Noodls, 5 days ago
Statement re Douglas Doherty Crown Prosecution Service, 6 days ago

Criminal charges dropped after 2011 nightclub crush deaths

The Crown Prosecution Service has decided not to prosecute the owners of Northampton's Lava & Ignite nightclub on charges of gross negligence manslaughter, after two people were crushed to death in 2011. 22-year-old Nabila Nanfuka and 19-year-old ...
 ITV.com6 days ago CPS says 'not a realistic prospect of conviction for any charges'  ITV.com6 days ago No charges over nightclub crush death  BBC6 days ago

Former Sunday Mirror journalist charged with phone hacking

Former Sunday Mirror journalist Graham Johnson has been charged with phone hacking, the Crown Prosecution Service has confirmed. A file was received from the Metropolitan Police in May 2014 and the CPS has today authorised the police to ...
 ITV.com6 days ago Ex-Sunday Mirror man on hack charge  BBC6 days ago Ex-Sunday Mirror journalist to be charged …  Yahoo! India6 days ago Former News of the World legal manager Tom Crone to face no further action over phone-hacking allegation  Press Gazette2 weeks ago
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Paul Gambaccini will not face sex offence charges

Broadcaster Paul Gambaccini will not face charges over allegations of historical sex offences, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced. Baljit Ubhey, the Chief Crown Prosecutor of CPS London, said: Having carefully reviewed this case, we ...
 ITV.com1 week ago Prosecutor drops charges against broadcaster Paul Gambaccini  ITV.com1 week ago Cleared Gambaccini gets BBC show back: Veteran DJ accused of historic sex abuse returns to studio - after almost a year on bail  Capital Bay2 days ago No sex abuse charges for BBC broadcaster  Sky News Australia1 week ago

Man charged with historic child sex offences

West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) have today authorised the charging of a 95-year-old man from Devon for historic child sex offences. The charges related to offences which were allegedly carried out by Jack Mount between 1954 and 1979.
 Crown Prosecution Service1 week ago CPS charge 95-year-old over historic sex offences  ITV.com1 week ago 95-year-old faces child sex charges  BBC1 week ago Sex abuse arrests criticised by QC  BBC1 week ago
International Business Times UK

14 years prison for 'revenge pornography'

CPS guidelines rolled out amid escalating rage New guidelines issued by Crown Prosecution Service call for 14 years of jail term for online 'revenge pornography', which involves uploading personal photographs or video, including graphic sexual ...
 Computer Business Review2 weeks ago Revenge Pornography: 14-Year Prison Sentence Under Sexual Offences Act  International Business Times UK2 weeks ago Revenge porn charges could lead to 14 year jail sentences  KitGuru.net2 weeks ago Revenge porn could lead to 14-year sentence in UK, new guidelines clarify  Goldstein Report2 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Moazzam Begg freed after terrorism case against him collapses

The prosecution of the former Guantánamo inmate Moazzam Begg has dramatically collapsed after the police and crown prosecutors were handed secret intelligence material that undermined the terrorism case against him. Five days before Begg was due ...
 MSN UK2 weeks ago Cassidy: HMRC should eat humble pie over Montpelier case  Accountancy Live2 weeks ago Moazzam Begg leaves prison after terror charges dropped  ITV.com2 weeks ago Former Guantanamo detainee walks free in London  RTE Online2 weeks ago

Melanie Hall detectives ask CPS for decision on charges

Detectives investigating the murder of the Bath woman Melanie Hall in 1996 have now asked the Crown Prosecution Service for a decision on whether to charge a suspect. A 45-year-old man, who was arrested at his home in the city last November on ...
 ITV.com3 weeks ago Melanie Hall charge decision sought  BBC3 weeks ago Melanie Hall murder - CPS asked for charging decision  Avon and Somerset Police3 weeks ago Police seek Melanie murder decision  MSN UK3 weeks ago

Verdict in Cairns-Modi libel case to be out by end of month

the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). Cairns had won his libel trial against former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi in 2012, who had accused him of fixing. Cairns is now being investigated by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for his role ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Verdict in Chris Cairns-Lalit Modi libel case to be out by end of month  Economic Times1 month ago
Tasmania Mercury

Cairns says he'll fight to clear perjury charges

Cairns told New Zealand's Fairfax Media on Friday I have now been notified by the Crown Prosecution Service in the U.K. that it is their intention to lay charges against me on 25 September for perjury. "He but told Fairfax media at least there will now be an ...
 India Today1 month ago Cairns appears in court  Yahoo! News4 days ago Applications for leave to appeal dismissed - 9 October 2014  Lexology3 days ago Cairns perjury trial set for October 2015  Tasmania Mercury5 days ago
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