On 25th May 2018 sweeping changes are being introduced to the law affecting data protection by virtue of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’), which will remain effective until the UK eventually leaves the EU. Accordingly, the changes cannot be ignored and all those affected by data processing considerations need to be alive to
Three women have won a High Court battle against the government as to whether or not their previous convictions for prostitution ought to be disclosed. Under the current Disclosure and Barring Scheme (‘DBS’) regime, those with previous criminal convictions are generally required to disclose all previous convictions, with a few very limited exceptions. Steven Micklewright
It is frequently the case that the presentation of a client’s defence to a jury requires the support of evidence from a recognised specialist in a particular field of expertise, generally referred to as ‘an expert witness’. Kangs Criminal Defence Team deals with such situations on a daily basis and has successful working relationships with
Kangs Solicitors regularly defend clients charged with criminal offences resulting from domestic incidents. Nazaqat Maqsoom of Kangs Solicitors explains the nature of Domestic Abuse and comments on the new guidelines (‘the new guidelines’) that have been published. What Is Domestic Abuse? | Kangs Domestic Abuse Defence Solicitors Whilst there is no statutory definition of domestic
A microlight pilot has been fined for infringing Red Arrows air display at the Flying Legends Air Show in July 2017, when he flew directly into the display forcing the team to break off at high speed. Steven Micklewright of Kangs Solicitors, who holds a full Private Pilot’s Licence, comments. What Is An Airspace Infringement?
Kangs Solicitors recently successfully represented a client charged with transferring criminal property. Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors reports on the circumstances. The Circumstances | Money Laundering | Kangs Criminal Defence Solicitors After travelling from the West Midlands to a residential address in London, our client was apprehended by Police Officers who conducted a search of
The Court of Appeal recently quashed a five years minimum prison sentence arising from conviction for the possession of a disguised firearm. Steven Micklewright of Kangs Solicitors explains the situation. The Circumstances | Possession of a Disguised Firearm A twenty four years old Polish national was observed sitting on a wall outside a shopping centre
According to the NSPCC, the number of reported cases of child sexual abuse in the UK rose by almost a third last year. It states that it referred an average of ninety calls a week to police and social services and it made more than four thousand six hundred referrals last year. Against the background
With serious dog attacks, sometimes fatal, becoming more frequent across the UK, John Veale of Kangs Solicitors comments upon the relevant law. The Legislation | Kangs Criminal Offence Advisory Team The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 (‘the Act’) provides that: ‘a dog shall be regarded as dangerously out of control on any occasion on which there
Kangs Solicitors have successfully defended a client before Worcester Crown Court charged with Breach of a Non Molestation Order, Criminal Damage and Theft. Nazaqat Maqsoom of Kangs Solicitors reports on the case. The Prosecution Case | Kangs Criminal Defence Team Following an allegation that our client had entered his ex-partner’s property and taken items that
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