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Does your land have a TPO? Have you checked? Know your legal responsibilities.

Posted: 24 September

What is a TPO? A tree preservation order is an order made by a local planning authority to protect specific trees. A TPO may protect specific trees, groups of trees or woodlands in the interests of amenity. TPOs...

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Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 – What’s new?

Posted: 17 September

What is this? The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts (PCSC) Act 2022 and came in to force on 28th April 2022. The main objective surrounding the proposal of this Act was to impose further restrictions on actions such as,...

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Official Secrets Act

Posted: 22 August

The Official Secrets Act 1911-1989 (OSA) provides the main legal protection in the UK against espionage and the unauthorised disclosure of official information. The OSA 1989 makes it an offence for members and former members of the security and...

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Regulations and entitlement of a Police Officer part 2

Posted: 16 August

Following on from my previous blog concerning the first half of the Police Conduct Regulations up until the stage a Complaint Notice was received by an Officer, I have put together a summary of the next stages of the...

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Should I Attend My Crown Court or Magistrates Court Case?

Posted: 31 March

The Coronavirus outbreak has had a dramatic effect on criminal proceedings for both the Magistrates Court and Crown Court. On 23rd March 2020 the government announced social distancing policies and as a consequence the criminal courts in Essex are...

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Ongoing Coronavirus Update – 31st March 2020

Posted: 31 March

Taylor Haldane Barlex are complying with social distancing rules and at present we are unable to facilitate visits to our offices. All Fee Earners in all Departments can offer one-to-one and group Meetings either face-to-face (circumstances permitting), via Video...

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Coronavirus Update – 23rd March 2020

Posted: 23 March

In light of the current Government and Health advice, with effect from the 23rd March 2020 THB staff will be working from home. All current and future appointments will be dealt with remotely. Our offices can still be contacted...

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Coronavirus

Posted: 17 March

As the COVID -19 virus continues to occupy the news, we are exploring ways in which we can continue to work effectively with our clients over the forthcoming weeks and months. We are taking pre-emptive steps to minimise the...

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Briony Clarke Appointed as a Judge

Posted: 11 March

Briony Clarke has been appointed as a District Judge (Magistrates’) Court as of the 23rd March 2020.  See link below: District Judge (Magistrates’ Courts) Appointment: Briony Clarke Briony’s new appointment means that she will be leaving the firm after...

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XMAS JUMPER DAY

Posted: 20 December

  THB staff looking festive raising money for our charities of the year Havens Hospices, Columbus School & College and Ipswich Maternity unit.

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Does your land have a TPO? Have you checked? Know your legal responsibilities.

What is a TPO? A tree preservation order is an order made by...

- 24 September 2022

Barristers Strike 2022 – How will this affect you?

What is the strike? In April 2022, members of the Criminal Bar Association (who...

- 17 September 2022

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 – What’s new?

What is this? The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts (PCSC) Act 2022 and came...

- 17 September 2022