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Tories dismiss 'bribes' for local election votes

July 16 2008

COMMUNITIES could vote on what punishment is meted out to offenders in their neighbourhood and voters be entered into prize draws to convince them to go to the ballot box under new Government plans Click here to read more

Legal firm that's bucking the market trend

June 23 2008

Grahame Stowe Bateson solicitors, is celebrating the opening of a second office in Middleton, which will focus on property and conveyancing. Click here to read more

Today's deal brings together two well-known Leeds law firms.

June 23 2008

LEEDS criminal law practice Robert Moore Culleton has been acquired by fellow Leeds law firm Grahame Stowe Bateson, it was announced today. Click here to read more

Grandson charged with murder of gun campaigner

June 10 2008

The grandson of anti-gun crime campaigner Pat Regan was last night charged with her murder on Sunday night. Click here to read more

Pat Regan: Grandson remanded in custody

June 05 2008

The grandson of Leeds anti-violence campaigner Pat Regan has appeared in court charged with her murder. Click here to read more


May 08 2008

Gordon Brown's government is set to announce whether it plans to reclassify cannabis, in a move that is set to draw criticism whatever the outcome. Click here to read more

MI5 sting after 'spy' tries to sell net 'secrets' to Russia

April 08 2008

This decision (to drop the case) is a vindication of what we have said all along Click here to read more

Ex-spy suspect's relief as bomb charge dropped

March 18 2008

A former Territorial Army officer-cadet initilly supected of spying for Russia last night spoke of his relief after charges were dropped Click here to read more

Court Staff face disciplinary

March 12 2008

A disciplinary inquiry was under way last night after a report found that thousands of convicted offenders had not been listed on the Police National Computer because of a catalogue of court errors, while hundreds of other suspects had escaped trial. Click here to read more

Court blunders let over 500 off hook

March 12 2008

A quarter of a century of failings at Yorkshire's biggest criminal court allowed hundreds of defendants to evade justice Click here to read more

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