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Legal Aid Cuts and the Criminal Profession

Posted on 3 December 2018 by Daniel Newman

The last month has been rather productive for us; we have interviewed a few solicitors and one police officer. Some interviews had to be postponed owing to work commitments; in an era of underfunding, lawyers (i.e. solicitors and barristers) are hard-pressed to find time in their diaries to juggle the commitments of defending clients, never
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Getting Access…

Posted on 16 November 2018 by Daniel Newman

The first few months of our project have been a little frustrating. We have had problems with access that led us to changing our methods and sample. We are finally at the point of overcoming these and realising that they might have actually served us well. Originally, the project was to combine several months of
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Experiences of Criminal Justice in South Wales

Posted on 16 November 2018 by Daniel Newman

Croeso/welcome! We are looking for people who have been involved in the criminal process in south Wales. If you have been accused or convicted of a crime, we would like to talk to you. If you are a defence solicitor or a barrister,  we would like to talk to you. If you are a police officer
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