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Evidence – voice recognition

The CA has given welcome guidance in relation to voice recognition evidence.

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Assisted suicide – human rights

An individual’s human rights under Article 8(1) were not engaged in relation to assisted suicide.

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Sentencing – death by dangerous driving

p>Sentencing guidelines have been reconsidered in the case of R v Barnes [2008]. The defendant was driving his truck along a dual carriageway when an unsecured sofa in the rear fell onto the inside lane.
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Crime – prison law

It is not uncommon for prisoners to complain that their legal mail has been interfered with. The Prison Rules prohibit legal correspondence being opened, read or stopped, unless specific exceptions apply.

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Crime – CPR

Before the introduction of the CPR, finding the rules that applied to any particular aspect of criminal litigation was time-consuming and frustrating. There was inconsistency in language, time scales and general approach, with most rules being observed in the breach.

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