- Leveson makes his mark on criminal procedure
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- What new rules are being introduced to the CrimPR on 4 April 2016?
- Which of these new rules will have the biggest impact on criminal lawyers and why?
- What amendments are also being introduced to the CrimPR?
- Why are these amendments being made, and will they achieve the desired effect?
- How does all this fit in with other developments in this area? Do you have any predictions for future developments?
Corporate Crime analysis: With changes to the Criminal Procedure Rules (CrimPR) set to come into force in April 2016, Jessica Skinns, an associate at Bindmans, outlines the key changes and considers the effect it will have for defendants and their lawyers.
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