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25 Sep 2019 Posted in Criminal Law 

Indecent Images Acquittal

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

Indecent Images Acquittal

Nicholas Wragg represented this defendant throughout this case, the trial of which was heard in the Crown Court. The defendant was accused of uploading indecent images using Chatstep, an online chatroom.

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09 Aug 2019 Posted in Court Criminal Law Trial 

Indecent images cases in the news

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

Indecent images cases in the news

Nicholas Wragg, specialist criminal lawyer and advocate, reflects on recent indecent images cases and the sentences imposed.

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31 Jul 2019 Posted in Lasting Power of Attorney Wills & Estate Planning 

Claudia’s Law Comes into Force

Claudia’s Law Comes into Force

After years of campaigning, today the burden of financial & legal difficulties for families of missing people will finally be lifted.

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25 Jul 2019 Posted in Criminal Law 

A Pack of Lies - Teacher Accused

Matthew Graham Posted by Matthew Graham, Partner & Head of Criminal Law & Mental Health

A Pack of Lies - Teacher Accused

Matthew Graham represented this defendant throughout this case, the trial of which was heard over 8 days in the Crown Court. After three and a half years of apparent police investigation the jury took barely half an hour to unanimously find the defendant not guilty of all charges. Some facts have been changed to protect the anonymity of those involved, but this is a true story.

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18 Jun 2019 Posted in Probate Wills & Estate Planning 

Reclaim mis-sold PPI on behalf of a deceased relative - time is running out

Samantha Taylor Posted by Samantha Taylor, Chartered Legal Executive - Wills, Trusts & Probate

Reclaim mis-sold PPI on behalf of a deceased relative - time is running out

Many people do not realise that they can reclaim mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) on behalf of a deceased relative, and that there is an urgency to do so before the 29 August 2019 deadline.

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