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No go slow at end of year

I was surprised by Christie Davis’ article in The Lawyer 9 April. My memory of him at Cambridge is that he argued with academic rigour. I am not aware of any evidence that the Police or the CPS arrest and process fewer people towards the end of the financial year. I can produce figures for […]

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