Section 66 of the Courts Act 2003 is used, at times rather liberally, by Crown Court judges to sit as a District Judge of the Magistrates’ Court (“DJ(MC)”) to correct errors in procedure which have occurred in the Magistrates’ Court prior to the Crown Court being seised of the case. S.66 was specifically enacted to […]
Joe Hudson considers the Updated Guidance on what constitutes a ‘reasonable excuse’ to leave the home during the pandemic
Joseph Hudson discusses Leeds United’s Kiko Casilla’s recent FA disciplinary charge.
Only one day to go before our annual Criminal Seminar at the Leeds BPP Law School.
Following the completion of their pupillage we are delighted to announce that James Holding, Joe Hudson and Chelsea Brooke-Ward are now tenants at Park Square Barristers.
Speakers and topics have been announced for our Annual Criminal Seminar which takes place at the BPP Law School on Saturday 5 October.
Joseph Hudson discusses the case of DPP v Barreto  EWHC 2044 (Admin).
The case involved a defendant charged with having an article with a blade or point in a public place without good reason or lawful authority.
Pupils James Holding and Joe Hudson will start their second six on Monday 1 April.