Rahman Ravelli’s Aziz Rahman wrote a short article on the ways that those in the legal system can work remotely during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
His piece was prompted by the Serious Fraud Office’s announcement that it was suspending interviews with suspects and key witnesses in many cases because it could not find a legally acceptable alternative to face-to-face meetings.
In the article, which was published by Fraud Intelligence, Aziz examined the challenges facing the SFO and others in the justice system whose normal working procedures have been disrupted. He also considered the options that are available, the strategies that have been adopted and the possible effect the SFO’s stance may have on it in the future.
Aziz's article can be read here.