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Matthew Scott 7h
And the majority of CSEW respondents who reported sexual offences to the police found the police either "helpful" or "very helpful."
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Matthew Scott 8h
See also this illuminating thread from .
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Matthew Scott 8h
"Conviction rates" are slippery things (eg is a conviction for a lesser sexual offence on a rape charge a conviction or an acquittal?) but the majority of those prosecuted for sexual offences are convicted.
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Matthew Scott 8h
This is about hacking into a phone, which can be done legally with the appropriate warrant. It is not about recovering phone data from a destroyed or lost phone.
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Matthew Scott 8h
Not sure where that 1% figure comes from.
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Matthew Scott 9h
A very interesting blog which reveals how much information can be obtained from having the phone itself.
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Matthew Scott 10h
. says she hasn't discussed a 2nd referendum with Jeremy. She either doesn't know what they are or doesn't care. She's the Shadow Business & Energy Secretary, but I suppose Brexit has no implications for business or energy. .
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Mary Aspinall-Miles 22h
Any idea why the IT failure affecting the whole court estate isn’t being reported nationally? Probation, Magistrates, Civil, Family, Criminal Crown, CPS all affected by it. Not a whisper - why are MOJ so tight lipped? The longer the silence, the greater the speculation.
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Matthew Scott 17h
Turberville v. Savage (1669) 1 Mod Rep 3 "If it were not assize time I'd stab you," still good law on assault & not many have stood the test of so much time.
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Matthew Scott 18h
Collins.
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The Secret Barrister 21h
Twitter is lovely sometimes.
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Matthew Scott 21h
Replying to @MAM12CP
Who knows. It may turn out to be an intermezzo.
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Matthew Scott 22h
Replying to @MAM12CP
I have.
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David Allen Green Jan 21
As it is a Monday, this is your latest reminder that the UK leaves the EU by automatic operation of law in a few weeks, on 29 March, deal or no deal. That is, unless something not currently being proposed by the UK, the Opposition, or EU27 happens.
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Matthew Scott 23h
Who knows.
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Matthew Scott 23h
Indeed, if by phone. But not necessarily the contents & much messaging is via things like WhatsApp anyway. It's very complicated, & much can be revealed by having access to the phone.
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Matthew Scott 23h
It's not as simple as that. Text messages are not kept indefinitely, different companies have different policies. I believe imessages are not stored on a server at all.
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Matthew Scott 24h
Replying to @DavidRoseUK
I'm no expert & it's probably irrelevant, but it's very hard to recover the content of text messages, or some messaging apps without the actual phone.
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Matthew Scott 24h
Cleveland Chief Constable Mike Veale resigns following "serious [unspecified] allegations."
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Danny Shaw Jan 21
BREAKING : Chief Constable of Cleveland Police, Mike Veale, is resigning from the force after less than a year in post, BBC News has been told. It's believed Mr Veale was facing an investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct.
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