Monthly Archives: toommorelApril 2012
The sprinter Dwain Chambers and cyclist David Millar will both be eligible to compete at the upcoming Olympic Games inLondon.
The Court has reached a verdict on the dispute between the British Olympic Association and the World Anti-Doping Agency.
Chambers and Millar can now prepare to try to win Olympic selection at their trials in June and [...]
A court has resorted to web translation to communicate with a defendant as the fiasco over the government’s new interpreting regime continues to disrupt hearings.
Ipswich criminal solicitor Andrew Cleal said that the clerk at Ipswich Magistrates’ Court was forced to handwrite in Lithuanian details of a defendant’s next hearing after finding the words with Google [...]
The financial limit on small claims in the county court is to be doubled to £10,000 as part of government measures to speed up civil litigation. Justice secretary Kenneth Clarke set out plans to divert up to 80,000 more cases to a small claims mediation process that can be carried out over the telephone.
The limit [...]