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Covid-19

May 12, 2022
Child defendants in the pandemic – did courts make the right compromises to keep the wheels of justice turning?

Should a child learn that they have been convicted of murder while they are on… Read more

April 11, 2022
Keeping the wheels of justice turning – magistrates’ views on justice in the pandemic

What can we learn from pandemic justice? Unfortunately, the Covid inquiry is not going to… Read more

October 2, 2021
Covid justice – how not to do it?

This week we discovered that Sarah Everard’s killer falsely arrested her by accusing her of… Read more

February 26, 2021
Not remotely fair? Access to a lawyer in the police station during the Covid-19 pandemic

Transform Justice, Fair Trials and the NAAN (the National Appropriate Adult Network) have published a… Read more

February 1, 2021
Why we need to go slow on some court hearings and abandon others

What compromises do we need to make and who should pay the price? The courts… Read more

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