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The King has approved the government appointment of Robert Courts MP as Solicitor General for England and Wales.
The heir to a family funfair business who ran over his colleague has his prison term extended after his sentence was referred to the Court of Appeal.
Three men with a history of violence who robbed a man in a Bristol takeaway have their prison sentences increased after the Solicitor General intervened.
Two brothers who recruited vulnerable young people to supply crack cocaine and heroin worth more than £100,000 in Shropshire have been ordered to serve longer in prison after their sentence was strengthened by the Court of A…
The review into police use of force and police driving investigations has commenced.
Child sex offence cases saw the greatest number of prison sentence increases by the Court of Appeal last year the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) has announced.
A dangerous driver who killed a pregnant woman and her unborn baby after filming himself driving at speeds in excess of 100mph has had his sentence increased.
A convicted sex offender has been ordered to spend longer in prison after his case was reviewed by the Court of Appeal.
A drug dealer who sold cocaine worth nearly half-a-million pounds before fleeing to evade arrest has his sentence increased after Court of Appeal intervened.
The Attorney General confirms the requirement not to publish material which could prejudice any potential criminal investigation or prosecutions.
Attorney General Victoria Prentis KC has delivered the UK’s submissions in a hearing at the International Court of Justice in The Hague today.
Stephen Parkinson will be the new Director of Public Prosecutions and head of the Crown Prosecution Service the Attorney General has announced today.
A man who got behind the wheel with a lethal cocktail of alcohol and drugs in his system before killing a girl he had met on the same night has had his sentence increased.
The Solicitor General Michael Tomlinson KC MP delivers an opening address at the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime on 4 September 2023.
A woman who permanently blinded a taxi driver in one eye after a frenzied attack with her high heels has been jailed for three years.
Prosecutors from CPS Thames and Chiltern showcased their important work securing convictions for forced marriage and honour crime to the Attorney General.
Prosecutors from the North East have been showcasing their expertise securing convictions in complex cases as the Attorney General discovered on a recent visit.
A predatory rapist who was caught on CCTV stalking his victim before dragging her off the street to attack her will now spend longer in prison.
A violent attacker who brutally assaulted a woman before locking her in her home and setting fire to the carpet has had his sentence increased.
Diverse routes into law and how the work of government lawyers impacts all aspects of public life were themes discussed by the Attorney General as she spoke to the Open University’s law students.
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