Lord Janner – CPS decision leaves no one satisfied

Introduction On 16th April 2015 it was announced by the CPS that Greville Janner, the barrister and Labour peer, would not be prosecuted for historic sex offences. This was following an application of the Code for Crown Prosecutors where they concluded that although the evidential test was met, there was no public interest in a…

Do we need a right to review in rape cases?

Introduction If you didn’t know that there was a General Election on, all you need to do is stick you nose in the air and you’ll detect the sweet smell of politicians unveiling new policies, more in the hope of a headline rather than in order to solve a problem. On 12th April 2015, Labour…