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thepubliclawyer | Legal blog edited by Matt Stanbury, Barrister at Garden Court North. Commenting mostly on criminal and public law. If you didn't arrive via Twitter, I'm on there too: @thepubliclawyer - Legal blog edited by Matt Stanbury, Barrister at Garden Court North. Commenting mostly on criminal and public law. If you didn't arrive via Twitter, I'm on there too: @thepubliclawyer

  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/about/ About This Blog  | thepubliclawyer -     I'm a barrister at Garden Court North in Manchester. I have a multi-disciplinary practice, focussed mostly on criminal work, and civil liberties (things like public law, inquests, and human rights claims). You can find more details about the type of work I do on my chambers' website.  I write here about cases and issues that…
  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/copyright/ Copyright | thepubliclawyer - © Matt Stanbury If you want to quote from any of my blogposts go right ahead; I'm glad you liked it. All I ask is that you mention where you found it.
  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/2016/02/18/jogee-joint-enterprise-retrospective-effect/ Jogee: Joint Enterprise & Retrospective Effect | thepubliclawyer - The judgment of the Supreme Court in R v Jogee [2016] UKSC 8 is out. The Court held that for a secondary party to be guilty of an offence, he or she must intend to assist or encourage the principal. It will no longer be enough, as had been previously held, for the secondary party merely…
  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/2016/02/11/pressure-to-plead-guilty/ Pressure to plead guilty?  | thepubliclawyer - I've written a piece for justice gap on the sentencing council's latest consultation, and whether credit for a guilty plea places undue pressures on the innocent. I think it does. You can find the piece here. If you subscribe to Sentencing News, a "long read" version will be in the next edition.
  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/2016/02/04/wiki-justice-should-judges-be-allowed-to-carry-out-internet-research/ Wiki-Justice: Should Judges be Allowed to Carry Out Internet Research? | thepubliclawyer -   “A Judge's job is to adjudicate impartially on a dispute between the parties in the case before him. It is not to advocate the case for either”. So began the judgment of Mr Justice Langstaff in NHS Trust v Sanders, 17 October 2014 (unreported). In that case an employment tribunal, having retired to consider…
  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/2015/10/30/transgender-prisoners-a-simple-solution/ Transgender Prisoners: A Simple Solution? | thepubliclawyer - The case of Tara Hudson is causing a storm today, and not without justification. Tara, who has lived as a woman for the duration of her adult life, has been allocated to HMP Bristol, a category B “local” prison, to serve a 12-week sentence for assault. The decision in her case seems wrong. It has…
  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/2015/09/16/pants-pizza-and-purposeful-activity/ Pants, Pizza, and Purposeful Activity | thepubliclawyer - Stuart Horner today abandoned his rooftop protest at Strangeways prison. After 60 hours, sometimes in his underpants, he came down on the promise of a pizza and a coke (as yet there is no confirmation that he received them; nor any indication of the topping). Horner’s protest has attracted widespread media attention: not because of…
  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/2015/07/12/penal-policy-can-michael-goves-conservative-heart-keep-beating/ Penal Policy: Will Gove’s Conservative Heart Keep Beating? | thepubliclawyer - Michael Gove has a rather busy in-tray. His brief to oversee the repeal of the Human Rights Act increasingly looks to be a poisoned chalice. His decision to implement a further cut to solicitors' fees has led to widespread direct action by an increasingly united profession, and has reached new heights. And if that were not enough, he…
  • https://thepubliclawyer.com/2015/06/08/proving-innocence-miscarriage-of-justice-compensation-claims-dismissed/ Proving Innocence: Miscarriage of Justice Compensation Claims Dismissed | thepubliclawyer - The Divisional Court has today rejected judicial review claims by Victor Nealon and Sam Hallam: [2015] EWHC 1565 (Admin). The men, who were both wrongfully convicted and spent many years in prison, argued that the new scheme for compensating victims of miscarriages of justice offends the requirements of Article 6(2) of the European Convention on Human…

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