Case Studies

30 Nov 2016 Posted in Court Criminal Law Investigation Justice Legal Argument Magistrates Court 

Public Order Act 1986 - Acquittal

Nicholas Wragg Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Associate Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Public Order Act 1986 - Acquittal

Mr Nicholas Wragg recently represented Mr T at Bath Magistrates Court following an allegation of Abusive Behaviour under the Public Order Act 1986.

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21 Oct 2016 Posted in Care & Capacity Care Funding Planning for the Future NHS Continuing Health Care Funding 

Applying for NHS Continuing Health Care Funding

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Applying for NHS Continuing Health Care Funding

Mr P’s health has been going downhill over the last few years and his wife is struggling to cope with his needs. After a fall and admission to hospital, the hospital decide that he will need 24-hour care. The only care home that has the skills to manage his needs is very specialist and the cost is significant. Mrs P is worried about how they will afford his care.

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21 Oct 2016 Posted in Attorneys & Deputyships Care & Capacity Court of Protection Divorce & Separation Family Inheritance Tax Lasting Power of Attorney Planning for the Future Wills 

Applications to the Court of Protection

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Applications to the Court of Protection

Mr R has been married twice and although he is not yet divorced from his second wife, he is currently living with his new partner, Miss S in the house he owns with his second wife. Also living in the house is his daughter from his second marriage who is planning to get married in six months’ time. Mr R does not have a Will as he doesn’t consider himself a wealthy man but he does have a Power of Attorney in favour of Miss S.

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03 Aug 2016 Posted in Motoring Law Speeding Offence 

No Evidence In Speeding Case

Charles Cronin Posted by Charles Cronin, Solicitor, Motoring & Criminal Law

No Evidence In Speeding Case

Charles Cronin was recently asked to assist a gentleman who had been accused of speeding in the local area. There had been no accident, no one was hurt, no harm or damage caused. Our client sought help as he did not accept the speed that he was accused of driving at.

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03 Aug 2016 Posted in Crown Court Firearms Licensing Shotgun Certificate 

Shotgun Certificates: A Privilege Not A Right

Nicholas Wragg Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Associate Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Shotgun Certificates: A Privilege Not A Right

Nicholas Wragg recently represented Mr W at Bristol Crown Court following the revocation of his Shotgun Certificate. This case is a stern reminder that those who own shot gun certificates risk their revocation for behaviour that can fall short of criminal behaviour.

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