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If you have been physically or emotionally abused by your partner or a member of your family we offer immediate help and can get you a court order to protect you even in an emergency.

We will endeavour see you on the same day that you arrive at our office without an appointment. If you come to us in the morning we may be able to obtain emergency orders from the County Court on the same day to provide you with the protection you need.

Our staff are all very experienced with domestic abuse cases and can provide expert, reassuring and friendly legal advice whatever your circumstances. Our offices are bright and friendly and we will do everything we can to make you feel comfortable.

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David Blundell bows out of front-line law after 35 years - BirminghamMail.net
David Blundell, 63, is about to bow out of front-line law for good, having spent the past 13 years as Chief Crown Prosecutor for the Crown Prosecution Service West Midlands. In four decades he has prosecuted thousands of cases,...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
Alfreton Town: Law making good progress on squad - Derby Evening Telegraph
Reds boss Nicky Law has signed 30-year-old former Bury goalkeeper Craig Dootson after his contract with Hyde United expired. And he has also snapped up striker Anthony Howell on a two-year deal following his successful loan spell...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
Eversheds profits plunge 27% as downturn bites - Times Online
Eversheds, the national law firm, today announced a 27 per cent drop in profit per equity partner in the first sign of how major law firms are struggling as a result of the economic crisis. Profit per equity partner (PEP), a key...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let down by law - South Wales Argus
The judge may well have been unduly lenient, but it is the law as drawn up by Parliament that is really at fault. Both of the animals who caused Baby Peter's death should have faced murder convictions and both should have...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
US climate change bill, radically bad law: John Kemp - guardian.co.uk
As a result, the cap-and-trade system set out in HR 2454, or something like it, has a fair chance of being enacted into law later this year or in 2010 [ID:nL8582519]. Shorn of the detail and a rather illogical structure, the...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
£15000 Times fine proves the need for reform of an indefensible law - Times Online
... (Lord Justice Pill and Mr Justice Sweeney) last Friday to fine Times Newspapers £15000 for a report in this newspaper about a jury's verdict in a manslaughter case strengthens the campaign for reform of an indefensible...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
BNP leader: I don't mind breaking race laws - Times Online
In a recording that was broadcast on a BNP blog late on Tuesday night, and was later placed on the party's website, Mr Griffin said: ?As you know, we don't break the law. We never have, we never will, you know, on...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
Law cuts loose with new-look blade - Times Online
Stuart Law, having used a conventional bat to get to 32 in comfortable style, changed to a radical implement, the Mongoose, which is specially designed for fierce Twenty20 hitting. The Mongoose, its makers say, represents ?the...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
Sarkozy talks up law and order as electi - Life Style Extra
Looking to shunt law and order up the political agenda ahead of next month's European elections, Sarkozy said he wanted to strengthen penalties for young offenders and give teachers the right to search students for weapons....
Thursday 28. of May 2009
Canada's sisters in law - Legal Week
Although relationships between Canada 's largest banks ? Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Nova Scotia, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Toronto Dominion Bank and Bank of Montreal ? have fed Canadian law firms work for...
Thursday 28. of May 2009
Pakistani district head missing - BBC News
Malakand, which includes the troubled Swat valley, has introduced Sharia law in a bid to end the Taleban insurgency. The deal has been criticised by the US and other nations as a capitulation to the militants. Upper Dir, of which...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
Battle over global anti-counterfeit treaty - BBC News
Internet law professor Michael Geist on the battle over a controversial global anti-counterfeiting treaty. Since the United States, European Union, Japan, Canada, and a handful of other countries announced their participation in...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
Service of thanksgiving: Edmund de Rothschild - Times Online
Among others present were: Mrs de Rothschild (widow), Mr and Mrs Nicholas de Rothschild (son and daughter-in-law), Mr Lionel de Rothschild (son), Mr and Mrs Marcus Agius (son-in-law and daughter), Mr Nigel Brown (son-in-law),...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
Man claimed to be dead brother-in-law - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
A 68-year-old pensioner who had never held a driving licence, lied to police when caught on a Norwich speed camera and claimed he was his dead brother-in-law to cover up the fact he had never taken a driving test in his life, a...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
John Wotton named as new Law Society deputy vice president - The Birmingham Post
He is a consultant to Allen & Overy's antitrust practice, working on competition law and public procurement cases. He was a partner from 1984 to 2007. He has advised clients on many high-profile cases before the UK...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
Heiress's £100m divorce tests UK pre-nuptial law - This is London
Mr Granatino has hired divorce lawyers Fiona Shackleton and Nicholas Mostyn QC, the legal team which represented Sir Paul McCartney in his divorce from Heather Mills. Divorce lawyers are watching the case with interest. London...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
PMS did break law ? financial watchdog - Belfast Newsletter
THE Presbyterian Mutual Society did break the law, the UK financial regulator has said, seemingly contradicting what it had earlier said. The Financial Services Authority (FSA) was told to explain how it came to publish a...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
Government to review anti-terror law used by Croydon Council - Croydon Guardian
Controversial anti-terror laws, used by local councils to snoop on residents, are to be reformed under new government guidelines. Earlier this month the Croydon Guardian reported how the Council had used Regulation of...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
Travel trade must 'demonstrate provisions' for disabled, says law ... - Travel Weekly UK
Travel agents and tour operators must be able to demonstrate they have adequate procedures for handling disabled customers if they are to avoid falling foul of the law. Speaking at the ABTA travel law seminar on Monday, Gates and...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
RBS adds leading specialist to Sir Fred Goodwin team - Times Online
The Royal Bank of Scotland has turned to one of the country's leading company law experts to investigate the conduct of Sir Fred Goodwin and other former senior executives at the bank, The Times has learnt. Martin Moore, QC,...
Wednesday 22. of April 2009
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