A new infographic and public opinion poll, released by UK law firm Mary Monson Solicitors, compares justice and legal rights of citizens in both nations.
Joseph Kotrie of Mary Monson Solicitors outlined why his firm were among those objecting to this emergency bill “This bill has been given… this whole narrative has been put forward by Theresa May and also senior police officers as a bail crisis, an emergency, and a loop hole that if its not immediately closed, is […]
The oppressive nature of the interview Interviews. It can be said that the case is won or lost there and not often in the trial itself. So in that context, how should you behave in the shock, the embarrassment, and the frustration of having just been arrested and being in a cell waiting to go […]
Murder investigations require specialist lawyers Now, murder investigations, like tax investigations, like specialist medical operations, are a specialist field. You don’t bring in an optician to look at a heart problem. You don’t bring a psychologist to look at some kind of hormonal problem. The reality is that in a murder case you don’t bring […]
Ways people trip up during an interview Its very easy to see how people blurt out silly things in interviews, to help themselves against all logic, that couldn’t even possible be true, just because they’re so terrified by the procedure. Even if someone is perfectly innocent of an accusation, in fact mostly if they are […]
The biggest crimes are not being investigated The money laundering subject…investigation itself is so complex that we are ending up with almost 50 percent of money laundering not really being investigated. There aren’t enough resources, nor enough both qualified and experienced investigators to get into the more complex money laundering. And they are the ones […]
Following the money trail is not the whole story The key to understanding fraud often lies in understanding money laundering. Understanding the money trail can mean victory or defeat for the fraud lawyer and the whole case. But a lot of the time, bank transfers and statement entries don’t tell the whole story. Friends and […]
Who is responsible criminally? Conspiracy is a pretty scary word. But just because I know somebody who is involved in criminal activity and I’m associated with them, does that mean I’m responsible criminally too? Conspiracy is where two or more people agree to commit a crime, to put it in the simplest form. To convict […]
Making the process easier on the client Criminal proceedings can be a terrifying experience. I believe that people can be more scared when they don’t understand what they’re facing. Our job as lawyers isn’t to blind people with complicated legal explanations, its to fight our client’s case in the way they want it fought. And […]
Clients come to us and say, “why do we need a solicitor to help us negotiate a lease? Its a simple document, there’s nothing in there really that’s going to influence us.