Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Family Law Team represented the Grandmother of a young child who had been incredibly ill after sustaining a head injury – she had been included  in the pool of potential perpetrators when Social Services were accused her of non-accidental … Continue reading

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Being arrested is a highly stressful situation for both the individual and their friends and family. Here is some guidance on what to expect and what you should do to achieve the best outcome. What happens first? The usual process … Continue reading

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As part of the ongoing celebrations for the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta and Open House weekend, Edward Hayes’ In House Counsel, Hannah Smith, joined an esteemed panel from the Inner Temple in a session of talks and a … Continue reading

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Bail is the term used when a person who is charged with a criminal offence is released from police custody until they next appear in court or at the police station. Bail is usually granted with conditions. These can be: … Continue reading

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Nadine Radford QC, instructed by Edward Hayes LLP and leading Hannah Smith In House Counsel, successfully appealed a sentence of three years’ imprisonment for manslaughter and had it replaced with two years’ imprisonment, suspended for two years with a residence … Continue reading

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