Students get a bit overwhelmed at this time of year – and panic about how they are going to learn – and memorise lots of law. Because I’m more of a “show me” type of learner, I make mind maps. Here’s a partial theft mind map for you to complete.
- Stratford Magistrates Court in the time of Covid-19
- While you’re waiting, maybe you’d like to ask the CPS to drop the case?
- Should I go to a voluntary police interview?
- Should I plead guilty because the police say I am guilty?
- Is a “Fuck Boris” t-shirt worn at a political march really a breach of s5, Public Order Act?
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- Code of Conduct complaints
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