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Duncan Lewis Solicitors has been shortlisted for two awards in Legal 500 UK Awards 2018 (28 November 2017)

Following Duncan Lewis Solicitors’ success in the Legal 500 2017 Edition, which ranked 11 legal departments and saw 34 exceptional lawyers receiving recommendations, we are pleased to announce that the firm has been shortlisted for Legal 500 UK Awards 2018 in two categories.  Read more...

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Rubin Italia interviewed by LBC Radio (20 July 2017)

Rubin Italia was interviewed by LBC Radio to discuss the extension of the legal scheme under which anyone can ask for convicted criminals sentences to be extended. As it stands the current scheme allows these requests to be made for criminals who have been convicted of crimes such as sexual offences, robbery and crimes involving fire arms. However, it is being extended to terrorist related offences  Read more...

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“You could go to jail if you don’t answer my questions!” – Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 is real and its effects are staggering (11 July 2017)

Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 is a breathtakingly broad and intrusive power to stop, search and hold individuals at sea and, airports and international rail stations  Read more...

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Gethin Payne discusses theft by finding on ABN Radio (21 April 2017)

Gethin is a solicitor-advocate for Duncan Lewis Solicitors, regularly appearing in Magistrates Courts across the country as an advocate as well as litigating more serious matters.   Read more...

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Rubin Italia discusses new mobile phone driving penalties (ABN Radio) (15 March 2017)

Rubin was invited on to ABN to clarify the changes in legislation regrading drivers using their mobile phones. He clarified that it is not the law that had changed, but the punishment for breaking said laws have become more severe  Read more...

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Regina v K: Duncan Lewis Solicitors Successfully Invoke the Abuse of Process Jurisdiction to Stay Proceedings (18 January 2017)

Duncan Lewis Solicitors recently acted in Regina v K, at St Albans Crown Court, in which the exceptional abuse of process jurisdiction was invoked to stay proceedings. The case involved allegations of historic sexual abuse between two half-brothers that were the subject of a police investigation in 2007. Originally, the investigation had concluded and a social services disposal followed, when both of the parties were young children, aged 12 and 9 years old respectively.   Read more...

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