News & Views

06/04/2012

ITN on Radio 4's Unreliable Evidence

Hear ITN's Simon Natas discuss the controversial law of joint enterprise 


26/03/2012

People Trafficking and Employers

ITN's Head of Immigration, Richard Bennett discusses the implication of people trafficking for employers following the Employment Appeals Tribunal case of Zarkassi v Anindita & Anor


12/03/2012

'Locked-in syndrome' man to have right-to-die case heard

Tony Nicklinson, who is paralysed and wants a doctor to be able to lawfully end his life, should be allowed to proceed with his "right-to-die" case, a High Court judge has ruled.


12/03/2012

Pursue masked protesters more vigorously, CPS says

Fresh advice from director of public prosecutions applies to protests that turn violent or result in criminal damage


15/02/2012

How secret renditions shed light on MI6's licence to kill and torture

Little-known clause lets secretary of state authorise UK's spies to commit crimes abroad  


18/01/2012

ITN in the news on Joint Enterprise

Simon Natas is quoted in Justice Committee's report on joint enterprise


18/01/2012

Joint Enterprise: Hear Simon Natas on BBC Radio 4

ITN's Simon Natas speaks to BBC Radio 4's The World Tonight about the Justice Committee's report on joint enterprise


01/12/2011

Law Society Gazette Lawyer in the News: Simon Natas

Simon Natas overturns public order conviction in the High Court.


30/11/2011

ITN successfully defends fomer PCSO

A FORMER Police Community Support Officer who served in Bodmin has been cleared of lying about his past in order to get his job.


21/11/2011

ITN's Simon Natas Overturns Public Order Conviction in the High Court

Swearing at police is not a crime because officers hear foul language "all too frequently" to be offended, a judge has ruled


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