Sean Rigg custody death: ‘Criminal charges to be considered’ – BBC News

‘The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is to consider whether criminal charges should be brought against two arresting officers after a man died in custody.’

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BBC News, 9th April 2014

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Hillsborough inquest: Questions and answers – Daily Telegraph

‘The new Hillsborough inquests begin today in Warrington, almost 25 years after Britain’s worst sporting disaster and 18 months after the verdicts in the original inquests were quashed.’

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Daily Telegraph, 31st March 2014

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Sara Ege murder case: Conviction appeal bid dismissed – BBC News

‘Judges have dismissed an appeal bid by a woman who beat her son to death for failing to memorise the Koran.’

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BBC News, 28th March 2014

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Jahmel Jones shooting: Lecturer Rachel Kenehan jailed for helping murderers – BBC News

‘A university lecturer who helped her boyfriend and two others escape after they shot dead a rival drug dealer has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.’

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BBC News, 3rd March 2014

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Joanna Dennehy’s two ‘willing accomplices’ found guilty – The Guardian

‘Two men “in the thrall” of triple-murderer Joanna Dennehy who were her “willing accomplices” have been convicted of offences related to her killing spree.’

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The Guardian, 12th February 2014

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Joanna Dennehy ditch murders: Pair guilty of aiding Peterborough killer – BBC News

‘Two men have been found guilty of helping triple killer Joanna Dennehy during her 12-day spree of violence.’

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BBC News,  10th February 2014

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Woman becomes first person to be jailed for ‘trolling herself’ – The Independent

Posted February 6th, 2014 in harassment, internet, news, perverting the course of justice, sentencing by sally

‘A woman who used fake Facebook profiles to send herself hundreds of abusive messages has been jailed for 20 months.’

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The Independent, 5th February 2014

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Constance Briscoe faces retrial over alleged lying in Chris Huhne case – The Guardian

Posted February 3rd, 2014 in news, perverting the course of justice, retrials, road traffic offences by tracey

‘Jury fails to reach verdict after three-week trial of part-time judge accused of perverting course of justice in speeding points case.’

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The Guardian, 31st January 2014

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Court of Appeal refuses blogger permission to appeal in libel case – Local Government Lawyer

Posted January 10th, 2014 in appeals, defamation, harassment, internet, news, perverting the course of justice by tracey

‘The Court of Appeal last month refused a blogger permission to appeal in her libel claim against a council and its chief executive, it has emerged.’

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Local Government Lawyer,  6th January 2014

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Man jailed after telling his girlfriend he had been mugged – to avoid telling her she spent £150 on a night out – The Independent

Posted December 12th, 2013 in news, perverting the course of justice, sentencing by sally

‘Overspending on booze during a night out has – through a bizarre series of events – landed a 24-year-old man with six months in prison.’

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The Independent, 11th December 2013

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Carole Waugh murder: conman Rakesh Bhayani jailed for life – The Guardian

Posted November 29th, 2013 in conspiracy, fraud, murder, news, perverting the course of justice, sentencing by sally

“A conman has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 27 years after stabbing to death a wealthy woman in her flat, hiding her body in the boot of a car and spending her money.”

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The Guardian, 28th November 2013

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Carole Waugh: Gambling-addicted conman found guilty of murder – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 28th, 2013 in gambling, murder, news, perverting the course of justice, prostitution by tracey

‘A professional conman was found guilty on Wednesday of murdering a lonely millionairess who worked as an escort so he could steal her money to feed his gambling habit. Rakesh Bhayani, 41, was convicted by an Old Bailey jury of killing Carole Waugh, 49, at her home and hiding her body in the boot of a car in a rented lock-up garage.’

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Daily Telegraph, 27th November 2013

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‘British justice on trial’: Judge urges phone-hacking jury to consider only the evidence presented to them – The Independent

“The jury that will decide the guilt or innocence of Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and six other defendants was sworn in at the Old Bailey with a warning from the judge that ‘British justice is on trial’.”

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The Independent, 30th October 2013

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Phone-hacking: trial of Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks to begin – The Guardian

“The trial of former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and others linked with alleged phone-hacking at the now-defunct News of the World will begin on Monday at the Old Bailey, kicking off what is likely to be one of the longest criminal trials in recent memory.”

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The Guardian, 28th October 2013

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Christopher Symons guilty of Patricia Goodband murder – BBC News

Posted October 28th, 2013 in murder, news, perverting the course of justice, wills by sally

“A man has been found guilty of murdering his business partner and throwing her down a well shaft in an attempt to gain a £1m inheritance.”

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BBC News, 25th October 2013

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Dentist who submitted claims for dead patients struck off – Daily Telegraph

“A dentist jailed for conning the NHS out of more than £1.3 million to fund her ‘globe trotting’ lifestyle and taste for designer shoes has been struck off by the dental regulator.”

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Daily Telegraph, 21st October 2013

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Private citizen wins right to prosecute Met police worker – The Independent

“Scotland Yard is facing fresh embarrassment after a citizen won the right to launch what is thought to be an unprecedented private prosecution of a police employee for perverting the course of justice.”

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The Independent, 18th October 2013

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Jeremy Forrest trial: No action to be taken against woman over perverting the course of justice claim – The Independent

“No further action will be taken against a woman who was suspected of trying to pervert the course of justice in connection with the case of jailed teacher Jeremy Forrest.”

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The Independent, 7th October 2013

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No public inquiry into Lynette White police corruption case – BBC News

“There will be no public inquiry into the handling of a police corruption trial surrounding a notorious murder case, the Home Office has confirmed.”

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BBC News, 27th September 2013

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Rachel Manning: Barri White and Keith Hyatt compensation ‘approved’ – BBC News

“One of the two men wrongly convicted over the murder of Rachel Manning said their compensation bid had been “signed off” by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ).”

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BBC News, 26th September 2013

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