Privacy in Court Proceedings: Exposed – Dominic Crossley

9 05 2014

Nigel EvansThe prosecution of Max Clifford is just one of a number of recent high profile cases that have contained the revelation of embarrassing private information.  The submissions and evidence concerning his anatomical proportions had the press and, in particular, social media in raptures.  Read the rest of this entry »





Phone Hacking Trial: Edis, Brooks would have had to be a “complete fool” not to suspect source was public official – Martin Hickman

9 05 2014

Rebekah Brooks at the Old Bailey in MarchDay 102, Part 2: Rebekah Brooks would have had to have been a “complete fool” not to suspect that a Sun journalist’s “No 1 military contact” was a public official, prosecutor Andrew Edis QC told the phone hacking trial yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »