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Trucker appeals jail sentence for causing death by dangerous driving

2 June 2017

32-month prison sentence appealed: Joseph Smith was jailed in February for causing death by dangerous driving.

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Solicitor jailed for £60k tax fraud appeals against sentence

16 May 2017

Appeal against sentence: Azhar Islam Khan, for tax evasion. Criminal defence solicitor jailed for 18 months in January for lying about income from his Wembley-based City Law Solicitors in order to steal more than £60,000.

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Mark Duggan death: appeal over inquest verdict

6 March 2017

The family of Mark Duggan, whose shooting by police sparked the 2011 London riots, appeal a High Court ruling that the jury at his inquest was right to rule he was lawfully killed.

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Court hearing over ECHR defence in waterways licence battle

16 February 2017

A canal boat dweller appeals a High Court ruling related to the removal of his waterways licence. An earlier county court ruling, upheld by the High Court, found that the Canal & River Trust was entitled to determine his ECHR article 8 defence (the right to respect for private and ...

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Brexit challenge judgment

25 January 2017

The Brexit challenge cases have now been concluded in the Supreme Court. Watch the broadcast, in association with Sky News.

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Tobacco companies take packaging fight to appeal court

19 December 2016

The Court of Appeal rules after a High Court judgment upheld the government’s decision to force tobacco companies to use plain, standardised packaging for all their products. Watch the broadcast, in association with Sky News.

Rival demonstrators outside the Royal Courts of Justice as legal challenge to Brexit opens.

Supreme Court Brexit challenge round-up

19 December 2016

The Brexit challenge cases have now been concluded in the Supreme Court. Watch the broadcast, in association with Sky News.

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‘Joint enterprise’ rule judgment

11 November 2016

The court delivers judgment in a series of cases concerning the controversial ‘joint enterprise’ rule, under which accomplices can be found guilty of murder even if they do not participate directly in the fatal attack.

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Tobacco companies challenge government’s plain-packaging rules

27 October 2016

Four tobacco companies appeal a High Court ruling that upheld the government’s decision to force them to use plain, standardised packaging for all their products.

Court Ruling Bars Thousands Of Members from Labour Contest

Appeal bars thousands of members from voting in Labour leadership contest

12 August 2016

Labour Party appeals a High Court judgment that ruled members who joined the party between mid-January and July this year were eligible to vote in the upcoming leadership election.

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