Youth Crime - FAQs
Applying the law to children and young people is a specialist area of law. We set out the frequently asked questions in relation to youth crime and justice, which we are often asked by parents when their child has been accused of a criminal offence.
Youth Crime and the Law
Our experienced youth crime lawyers are committed to understanding your child and finding a solution that protects their reputation.
Crimes of Universal Jurisdiction
Travel to the UK can occasionally bring about unexpected consequences. There are a range of criminal charges that can be faced by non UK nationals even though the alleged criminal acts may have occurred abroad and may not involve the UK in any way.
Whether you are facing an investigation or prosecution or are the target of such activity, our cyber crime lawyers can help.
Corporate Crime FAQs
Our corporate crime experts answer some of the most common questions asked by clients.
Corporate crime is under the spotlight more now than ever before with an increasing appetite for corporate prosecutions.
Proceeds of Crime and Money Laundering
Recent years have seen considerable growth in this practice area, following the introduction of new measures designed to tackle illicit finance and the increased attention of enforcement agencies.
Established in 1996, the Environment Agency (EA) is one of the principle regulators responsible for the enforcement of environmental law and the prosecution of environmental crime in England.
International Crime and Extradition
Criminal law is increasingly an international concept with cross-border implications. Knowing your rights and options is essential.
Victims and Witnesses of Crime
Being a witness or victim of crime can be a challenging experience. We guide victims and witnesses through the criminal justice system.