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Released Under Investigation

When accused persons are interviewed at the police station they can be released no further action, bailed for further enquiries to be made, released under investigation or charged and bailed... Read more
6th December 2018

SRA Transparency Rules Cost & Service – Motor

Motoring offences Cost & Service: Fixed fee Our crime department is headed up by Steve Morris, Partner, and assisted by a team of professional criminal solicitors and legal clerks. We... Read more
9th February 2018

Is it harassment to send your Valentine a card, flowers and chocolates this Valentine’s Day?

With the increase in allegations of harassment, especially in Hollywood, it has been a topic of conversation in the Press about what does and does not constitute harassment. This got... Read more
8th September 2017

Do you use your Mobile Phone whilst Driving?

If you, like many others, use your mobile phone whilst driving, you should be ever more aware of the increase in the penalties. Mobile phones are used and relied upon... Read more
29th April 2016

Local Legal Team Supports Local Team

Despite the wind, snow and frost turning us blue, we will, as local Solicitors and Supporters of Leicester City, our local team, be putting a bit of blue in everything... Read more
19th January 2016

Day 12 New Year Resolution – Don’t commit a crime!

Whether it’s something minor such as motoring offences or something major such as murder, try not to commit the crime, but if you do, we’re always here to help. We... Read more
28th July 2015

Brian Dodds Memorial Prize 2015

The Partners at Dodds Solicitors are delighted to congratulate Kristyna Domokosova for the best performance in the criminal law exams at Leicester University.  She has therefore been awarded the Brian Dodds... Read more
23rd March 2015

Why was Lady Macbeth never Prosecuted?

Following on from our Shakespeare Week themed blogs last week, our Crime Department have been considering the culpability of Lady Macbeth in the play, Macbeth. You may remember that Macbeth... Read more
7th November 2013

Women’s prison reforms seek to strengthen families

New minister for female offenders Lord McNally has announced women’s prison reforms which aim to maintain family ties and lower reoffending rates. Under the new proposals, women will serve any... Read more