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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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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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23 Jan 2019 Posted in Criminal Law Sexual Offence 

Harmful Sexual Behaviour in Children and Young People

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

Harmful Sexual Behaviour in Children and Young People

Matthew Graham, specialist solicitor, explores the difficult process of dealing with a child accused of harmful sexual behaviour.

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07 Aug 2018 Posted in Criminal Law Sexual Offence 

Sexual Harm Prevention Orders - A Convenient Necessity?

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

Sexual Harm Prevention Orders - A Convenient Necessity?

Leading defence lawyers Matthew Graham and Nicholas Wragg explore the use of SHPOs in the sentencing of sexual offenders. Matthew is a partner and heads the Criminal Law Team at Mowbray Woodwards. Nicholas specialises in successfully contesting SHPO’s and has recently appeared in the Court of Appeal to successfully argue against the necessity of indefinite orders.

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