In this issue
Welcome to the Sexual Offences edition of the Crime Team Bulletin
Sexting and the Law
Guilty plea guideline comes into force - will sex sentences increase?
Regaining Our Balance With Vulnerable Witnesses
An Overview of the Regulatory Process for Doctors Found Guilty of Low Level Sexual Offences
The Extremeties of Age and the Impact Upon Sentencing
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Paul Mason
Paul Mason
Sexting and the Law

Paul Mason considers how to avoid the prosecution of child clients for the new offence of sexting children.

 

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Sarah Elliott QC
Sarah Elliott QC
Guilty plea guideline comes into force - will sex sentences increase?

Sarah Elliott QC discusses the possibility of sentences increasing for sexual offences once the new guilty plea guidelines come into force.

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Ben Newton
Ben Newton
Regaining Our Balance With Vulnerable Witnesses

Ben Newton assesses the effect of R v SG [2017] EWCA Crim 617 one of the latest cases to come out of the Court of Appeal on the sometimes contentious issue of the restrictions in cases involving vulnerable witnesses.

 

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Jake Taylor
Jake Taylor
An Overview of the Regulatory Process for Doctors Found Guilty of Low Level Sexual Offences

Jake Taylor provides an overview of the regulatory process clients may face for doctors accused of sexual offences.

 

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Emma Goodall
Emma Goodall
The Extremeties of Age and the Impact Upon Sentencing

Emma Goodall discusses the recent Court of Appeal guidance on sentencing the very elderly.

 

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