Finding yourself falsely accused of a crime is a harrowing experience. When the accusation is made for malicious reasons, rather than being an innocent mistake, it is important not only to appoint a solicitor with extensive experience in this area to challenge the accusation but to get advice and guidance on how else to go about setting the record straight. Why People Make False Allegations In a high percentage of cases, false allegations are the result of a mistake or misunderstanding. This

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Over the years our team has supported charitable fundraising and donations, Breast Cancer Care and Snowdrop are the worthy causes which we continue to promote through individual and team efforts throughout 2017 – check out our latest Tweets to see our recent fund raising efforts and our JustGiving page to see what we have raised so far. Hopefully these will inspire you to undertake your own fund raising activities in 2017.

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We often hear characters in TV crime drama talking about someone ‘perverting the course of justice’ but what exactly does that mean? This serious criminal offence, which can carry a sentence of life imprisonment, occurs when someone prevents justice from being served on themselves or another party by intimidating or interfering with witnesses, jurors or judges, or tampering with, disposing of or fabricating evidence, and false allegations by accusing someone of a crime which leads to them

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As being found guilty of illegally possessing a firearm carries a minimum prison sentence of five years, it’s vital to do the right thing if you are accused. Getting the right legal advice is the most important first step. After that, there are a number of important considerations to take into account. The best-case scenario is to avoid being accused in the first place. Sometimes, the cause of being accused of illegally possessing a firearm is a misunderstanding or confusion around firearms

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The UK has some of the strictest firearms laws in the world. Access to all firearms is heavily restricted, with licences for handguns only available from the Home Office. Individuals, shooting clubs, museums and firearms dealers can apply for licences for rifles, shotguns and some air-powered weapons through their local police station. As the regulations around firearms can be very complex and can create problems for people looking to purchase or renew licences for legitimate and legal purposes,

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