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Victims facing 'unacceptable ordeal'

Victims facing 'unacceptable ordeal'

Victims of violent crime face an "unacceptable ordeal in the courtroom", a former chief prosecutor has claimed. Keir Starmer said most victims had little faith in the system and many lacked the confidence to come forward. Unveiling a raft of ... BBC, 2 weeks ago
A voice for victims of crime | Keir Starmer Big News Network, 2 weeks ago

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Ex-prosecutor calls for 'Victims' Law' in England and Wales

The former director of Public Prosecutions in England and Wales, Keir Starmer is calling for a fundamental review of the criminal justice system in order to pave the way for a new new 'victims' law'. Jane Clough's partner Jonathan Vass went on trial ...
 Voice of Russia2 weeks ago Victims' Law: Will it make a difference to those who have lost loved ones?  Voice of Russia2 weeks ago

Keir Starmer: Real consensus on need for change in justice system

Monday 7th April 2014 | 07:38 07:38 07/04/14 Keir Starmer, Former Director of Public Pros... Today, BBC Radio 4 Keir Starmer said there was now a real consensus about the need for ... PoliticsHome content is only available to ...
 PoliticsHome2 weeks ago Sir Keir Starmer: You can't have a law-freezone  Index on Censorship4 weeks ago

Morning round-up: Monday 7 April

The morning's top legal news stories and social media posts. Vulnerable witness reforms proposed by Keir Starmer in new "victims' law" [ BBC News ] Young women lawyers: stop feeling so entitled and get on with it, says top female judge [ The ...
 Legal Cheek2 weeks ago

Starmer: Stop barristers grilling vulnerable witnesses

Former chief prosecutor and now Labour's advisor on victims' issues Sir Keir Starmer wrote in the Guardian has proposed that judges cross-examine vulnerable witnesses to stop them being caught-up in the "fierce" attack between defence and ...
 ITV.com2 weeks ago Judges should question vulnerable witnesses, suggests former DPP  Law Society Gazette2 weeks ago Judges 'could cross-examine vulnerable witnesses'  ITV.com2 weeks ago

Labour considers Starmer court reforms

Major changes to the way vulnerable witnesses are treated in court are being considered by Labour. Former director of public prosecutions Sir Keir Starmer, who is reviewing laws for the party, proposed that some witnesses and crime victims could ...
 PoliticsHome2 weeks ago pic: Chatham House / Creative Commons  Morning Star Online2 weeks ago Courts: Labour considers protecting young and vulnerable victims from prosecution interrogation  Morning Star Online2 weeks ago Labour considers justice shake-up  MSN UK2 weeks ago

S Chelvan of No5 Chambers is shortlisted for Legal Aid Barrister award

23 April 2014 The finalists for this year's Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards have been announced. No5 Chambers barrister S Chelvan has been shortlisted, along with two other finalists, in the Legal Aid Barrister category. The judging ...
 The Lawyer18 hours ago Nominations sought for 2014 Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year awards  Family Law Week1 month ago LALY's launch  New Law Journal1 month ago

VoR debate: Injecting hope into assisted suicide campaign

Assisted suicide remains a criminal offence in England and Wales and is technically punishable by up to 14 years in prison. In 2013, Lord Falconer tabled an Assisted Dying Bill which proposed that two doctors would have to sign off the fatal dose.
 Voice of Russia3 days ago

CPS under fire over Evans sex trial

Pressure is mounting on the Crown Prosecution Service over its decision to prosecute a senior Conservative MP who was cleared of a string of sex offences. Nigel Evans, the former Commons deputy speaker, wept in the dock after a jury at Preston ...
 MSN UK1 week ago

Amnesty International releases Manual to fight injustice

A new resource to arm lawyers, defendants and the judiciary with the tools to fight against unfair trials and injustice is published by Amnesty International today. A practical guide on the internationally agreed standards for fair criminal ...
 Amnesty International2 weeks ago
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