In defence of the innocent

May 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/28/2013, p32
Trade Publication
The article presents author's opinion on the protecting the identity of arrested people by police as a part of criminal investigations in Great Britain. It mentions that the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) banned on police reveling the identity of criminals. It mentions that concealing the identity may prevent the victims to come foreward in the public.


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