Most people consider themselves ‘law abiding citizens’, but anyone can get caught out when it comes to committing motoring offences. A survey carried out by Onepoll revealed that millions of people who believe they are law abiding commit about seven crimes a week. Driving offences, which include speeding and using a mobile phone while driving, were at the top of the list. Here QualitySolicitors talk about types of motoring offences, the penalties incurred and when to seek professional legal advice.
The sun is out, you’re preparing to go on holiday or spend a lazy weekend sipping iced drinks and eating barbecue food in the back garden. What can possibly go wrong? Unfortunately despite the sunshine, summer and the holidays don’t always go smoothly. You don’t want to worry when you should be enjoying the season, so QualitySolicitors have done the worrying for you, with a series of humorous but helpful scenarios.
A recent appeal court ruling has stated that whole life sentences can still be imposed by judges in England and Wales for the most serious cases of murder. Here we look at what this decision means, and how it affects future cases.
Mortgage fraud is a criminal act that involves obtaining a mortgage by making false claims on your application and it is becoming increasingly common. Even if you tell a 'little white lie' when applying for your mortgage, you are still committing mortgage fraud.