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Categories: Criminal Law, Legal Aid, Legal News, Legislation
Posted on: May 28, 2013 09:16

Local BBC TV cameras are attending Freers Offices on Thursday to interview Jonathan Woodhouse, Tees Valley Law Society President and other solicitors in the practice to obtain expert opinion on Chris Grayling’s controversial criminal legal aid proposals to remove the right to choose a solicitor when facing criminal allegations. The┬áproposals have┬áreceived an enormous amount of critisim from the profession, judges, acaedemics and opposition MP’s with the potential for miscarriages of justice being cited as the main cause for concern. #saveUKjustice

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