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Saunders Law is a central London law firm, practising from offices facing the High Court in the Strand.

The practice traces its roots back to 1974 and is the successor practice to Saunders Law Limited. Our partners pride themselves on being accessible to the firm’s clients, and they have a “hands on” approach to legal work and to the supervision of staff working on our client’s cases. You can find out more about the work we do and the services we offer through our News and opinion posts below.

Policing with stop and search: To be continued?

With the proposed increase of police powers under stop and search becoming a key talking point of the upcoming election, how effective are these powers and could they already be doing more harm than good?[1]The vast majority of stop and searches take...
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Saunders law does it again- another successful caution removal

A police caution (now known as a ‘simple caution’) is a formal alternative to prosecution for minor criminal charges and available to anyone aged 10 or over.A simple caution is only offered to a person who has admitted to committing the offence and m...
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Reports of crimes against LGBT people soar. Are the police taking it seriously enough?

In the United Kingdom, homosexual acts were in some senses decriminalised in 1967 with the Sexual Offences Act of that year.Nevertheless, even in the 1980s, thousands of gay men were being continually charged and prosecuted for offences relating to c...
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Saunders Law gets another police caution deleted.

A police caution (now known as a ‘simple caution’) is a formal alternative to prosecution for minor criminal charges. It might look an easy way out at the time, but it becomes disclosable by police in a CRO check.  It can affect your job prospec...
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High Court Finds Police use of Automated Facial Recognition Technology is Lawful

On 4 September 2019, the High Court handed down judgment in the judicial review case of R(Edward Bridges) v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police. The case concerned a challenge to the lawfulness of the use of Automated Facial Recognition technol...
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Damning report published into how young victims of sexual abuse were failed by Greater Manchester Police

17 January 2020

A damning 145-page report was released on 14 January 2020 revealing how police and local authorities had failed dozens of young victims suspected of being groomed, raped and sexually abused ...

Forfeiture of gold avoided by Saunders Law for established family jewellers. 

16 January 2020

Saunders Law have demonstrated once again why they are recognised as leading the field in resisting applications for the forfeiture of assets under draconian powers created by the Crimi...