COVID-19: 'Remote' justice update -
Louise Hodges quoted in New Law Journal

19 March 2020

Louise Hodges, Head of Kingsley Napley's Criminal Litigation team, is quoted in New Law Journal on the concerns among those working in the criminal justice system in light of COVID-19.

Louise said:

The various agencies are not able to provide the assurances that they have conducted proper risk assessments or that buildings and facilities, including court rooms, custody suites, cells or secure transport, are deep cleaned to sufficient standards to ensure the safety of individuals. It is probably to be expected now that non-essential trials will be delayed."

This article was first published in New Law Journal on 18 March 2020

Further information

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About the author

Louise Hodges is head of the criminal litigation team and leads Kingsley Napley LLP’s cross practice financial services team and internal investigations team. She is particularly well known for representing individuals subject to financial regulatory and/or criminal investigations for market abuse or market misconduct including insider dealing and misleading the market, mainly dealt with by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) or the SFO.

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