Actor Bill Cosby, former politician Leon Brittan, campaigner Julian Assange, DJ Neil Fox – the common thread linking these high profile names is that they have all been accused of sexual abuse this year. But while these allegations have hit the headlines, many other people have also had the finger pointed at them. All allegations of abuse need to be taken seriously, however, it is not always the case that abuse took place. The recent acquittal of Neil Fox from accusations of historic sexual

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Neal Gozzett secures acquittal of businessman in Taunton Crown Court of Sexual Assault. The client was originally represented by a local firm on Legal Aid and then chose to instruct Neal Gozzett on a private basis due to his expertise of defending false sexual allegations. The jury returned a unanimous Not Guilty verdict.

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The festive period is notorious for driving-related offences and what with numerous Christmas parties and boozy family gatherings, drink driving arrests are rife. drink driving, here’s what you need to do in order to achieve the best possible outcome. The breath test Any driver or person in charge of a vehicle can required by the police to provide a breath test. A police officer can request a breath test in any of the following situations: If they suspect that you have committed, or are

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As we speed into the festive season motorists need to be more conscious than ever of safe driving. Motoring offences are historically prevalent over Christmas, with one in five motorists admitting that there is a good chance they will get behind the wheel after having a drink this December. Finding yourself on the wrong side of the law can bring your family’s festivities to an abrupt halt. To avoid unnecessary stress this Christmas we’ve put together a list of our top tips for safe driving

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Indeed, what about the child? In many cases of separating couples, the children get caught up, whether intentionally or not, in the emotional turmoil between their parents on the breakdown of their relationship. A child of separating parents can feel as if their world has been turned upside down and will experience a range of emotions including a sense of loss, anger, guilt, rejection, insecurity and often find themselves in the position of having to ‘choose’ between their carers. It is important

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