The statistics show a 43% decline from 25,170 at 1 April 2012 to 14,348 at 1 April 2019.
A Manchester magistrate’s campaign against mandatory court charges for offenders has succeeded after the Justice Secretary announced that they will be scrapped.
New mandatory criminal court charges are driving innocent offenders to plead guilty and magistrates to resign in protest, says a Manchester magistrate.
The closure of the court could mean that cases from Stockport could now be heard at Manchester and Salford magistrates’ court and Manchester County Court based at the Civil Justice Centre.
A woman has been charged with perverting the course of justice after a man was stabbed to death during a fight in Denton.
More people than ever are opting to commute to work on their bikes, which can cause complications for motorists and pedestrians alike, but if a cyclist crashed into a pedestrian can they be held accountable under the law?
A Stockport man, who hoarded heaps of electrical goods in his ‘scrap yard’ of a garden, has been slapped with a £750 fine.
While most of incidents of road kill are accidental, some stem from dangerous driving, so where exactly does the law stand
A man has been charged with defrauding a Manchester night club out of £5,000 – by allegedly pretending to be a Premier League footballer.
Thanks to the new partnership with Olliers Solicitors, MM will now be able to shed some light on certain aspects of the law, and what wiggle room – if any – you have in certain situations
Sick Bolton pet owner who starved dog so badly it was ‘walking skeleton’ forced to flee court from angry activists
David Lowe, 33, neglected 15-year-old Fly over several weeks until the animal was less than half her normal body weight