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Press Release- 21st May 2020 PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO THE DEATH OF SHEKU BAYOH – FINAL TERMS OF REFERENCE The Cabinet Secretary for Justice has announced to the Scottish Parliament this morning the final terms of reference for the Public Inquiry to be chaired by Lord Bracadale. (please see undernoted) Statement issued by family solicitor Aamer… View Article
PRESS RELEASE – BY LAWYER AAMER ANWAR “I welcome the Cabinet Secretary’s statement that the Scottish Government is absolutely committed to ‘the principle of Trial by Jury’. Last week along with the Law Society, the former Lord President Lord Hope, the Faculty of Advocates as well as Victim’s groups we took part in a… View Article
On the 26th March this country saw the passing of the most draconian legislation ever seen in the UK. Under ‘The Coronavirus Act 2020 and The Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Restrictions) (Scotland) Regulations 2020’, Businesses and the public in Scotland are now required by law to follow necessary social distancing measures to slow the spread of… View Article
The attempt to abolish jury trials one week after ‘Lockdown’ was seen as an attack on a system of justice which has stood the test of time for over 800 years in Scotland. Whilst drastic action is needed to save lives that should not result in greater miscarriages of justice, so I welcome that the… View Article
On the 25th March the most Draconian piece of legislation will be passed on the basis we are now at war with a virus. There will be little or no opposition to the bill, wiping out in one stroke civil liberties which we have taken for granted for over half a century. The laws will… View Article
Full Statement issued on behalf of Clara Ponsati by her extradition lawyer Aamer Anwar Professor Ponsati attended Edinburgh Sheriff Court, today for a hearing. As predicted in January, Clara Ponsati became a MEP because of Brexit. Despite Spain’s desperate demands that she should not be free to leave the UK, Clara took her seat at… View Article