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In England and Wales anyone of ten years old and above can be charged with a crime. Our age of criminal responsibility is lower than in any other country in Europe.
It is an offence to perform sexual activity in a public lavatory
One in four family cases in court have no lawyers because of cuts to legal aid
A barrister has both a duty to their client and a corresponding duty to the court
In law it is still the case that a husband and wife alone cannot be guilty of a conspiracy
The number of children in the care system is at its highest since 1989
There is no presumption in law that, when parents separate
In a 2016 survey, nearly half of all prisoners said it was easy to get drugs
The World Justice Project Rule of Law index produces annual reports based on independent data on the global rule of law
Women can kill adulterous husbands
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