Where fraudulent employees obtain jobs by lying on their CVs, does the entirety of their earnings represent proceeds of crime?
Human trafficking is an evil trade and victims of slavery are often compelled to engage in criminal activities on their arrival in Britain.
Identity theft is a blight on society and far from being a victimless crime. Perpetrators can expect to be stripped of their ill-gotten gains.
It is an enduring misconception that internet users can post whatever they like on their social media profiles so long as they are set to ‘private’.
Relationships are supposed to be between equals and, if you are being subjected to coercion or control by your partner, the criminal law will come to your aid.
Submission is not the same as consent. The Court of Appeal powerfully made that point in upholding an award of more than £1 million in damages recently.
In the following case, a couple fraudulently tried to change a deceased person’s Will and as a result, were given prison sentences for their trouble.
A victim of internet harassment after meeting a man through an internet dating site obtained an apology and compensation along with an undertaking to stop.
Brands that have been developed and produced and are trademarked have to be protected, and the High Court reinforced this in the following case.
An oath made in Court cannot be broken without retribution, as the following case shows where an accountant was given a 12-month prison sentence because he had forged his late mother’s Will.