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Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000

It was recently reported in the press that the tax inspectors of H.M. Revenue and Customs are to be given new powers allowing them to listen into tax-payers phone calls and plant bugs in their homes and offices. This follows the m... Read More



Secretly Recorded

In October 2000 the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) came into force. RIPA, and the Codes of Practice th...
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Excluding Unlawfully Obtained Evidence

A short article with a title like this can only ever hope to touch upon this vast topic. Many remand prisoners will have a...
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Police Surveillance Techniques and Your Human Rights

It is a fact of life that the British way of policing is now heavily dependent on technology and intelligence. The prolife...
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Informant Evidence

What is an informer? A pedestrian who calls ...


Disclosure, Public Interest Immunity and the Criminal Justice Act 2003

On 20th February 2006 a new 'Protocol' on di...


The New Money Laundering Offences and Longfirm Frauds

Under the old law, 'money laundering' offenc...


The Changing Duties of Disclosure in Criminal Trials

Disclosure is at the very heart of the crimi...


Competitive Tendering For Criminal Defence Work

Any Government seeks to ensure that Public m...


Disclosure, Public Interest Immunity and the Criminal Justice Act 2003

In this article we attempt to give a short e...