News: Another survey shows that the public support anonymity for arrested suspects

3 06 2013

The “Independent” has reported the results of a Com Res Opinion poll [pdf] which shows that 63% of the public think that suspects should normally remain anonymous on arrest. The vociferous press campaign against anonymity over the past 2 months does not appear to have had any appreciable effect on public opinion. Read the rest of this entry »

Inforrm: End of Winter Break and Looking Forward to 2013

8 01 2013

Wordle: UntitledThe Inforrm Blog today returns to regular publication after our winter break.  Although the legal vacation continues until Friday 11 January 2013, there is no shortage of media and legal news.  We have already had a weekly round up earlier this week and a number of “winter break posts” – in particular we had Judith Townend’s review of Media and Law in 2012 (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3).   Read the rest of this entry »