Veteran BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has admitted indecently assaulting 13 girls aged between nine and 17.The Crown Prosecution Service said he was an "opportunistic predator" and almost all the victims provided "strikingly similar accounts".Hall,...Show More Summary
Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service said today that five people are to be charged in connection with a tax relief fraud that allegedly enabled investors in the British film business to offset about £125M in losses. The news comes following...Show More Summary
Geoff Webster, the former deputy editor of News Corp.‘s UK tabloid, The Sun, is the latest to be charged with conspiring to commit misconduct in public office. Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service said today that Webster was charged with...Show More Summary
.6 percent. A new study shows that women aren’t lying about rape as often as prevailing rape culture tells us they are — at least not in the UK they aren’t. Back in 2010, the head of the Crown Prosecution Service, Keir Starmar took it upon himself to do something about the abymsal prosecution and [...]
A 22-year-old man is to be charged with the murder of 16-year-old Christina Edkins on a Birmingham bus, police confirm.West Midlands Police said they have been given authority by the Crown Prosecution Service to charge 22-year-old Phillip...Show More Summary
Two members of staff from the Crown Prosecution Service are facing charges of conspiracy to commit fraud over false taxi claims totalling at least £1 million.One of the workers is Lisa Joanne Burrows, who works for the CPS in the West...Show More Summary
According to officers at the West Midlands Police Station in the UK, the Crown Prosecution Service repeatedly insisted on getting a written statement from "Police Constable Peach" despite having repeatedly been told that "PC Peach" was actually PD (Police Dog)...
It's a dog-eat-dog world, and officials in England apparently have trouble telling dogs and humans apart. England's Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) barked up the wrong...
When members of the Crown Prosecution Service in West Midlands, England asked the police department for a statement from a witness named "PD Peach," they were told that would be exceedingly difficult because Peach, while intelligent, was but a humble police dog. [Related: Man reunited with dog after 10 years apart] Alas, either CPS didn't [...]
The Crown Prosecution Service in West Midlands, England demanded a statement from a witness named PD Peach about an arrest. Officers on the case tried to explain that PD Peach was a police dog, but the demand for a statement stood. So the dog's handler made out a statement for the dog as best as he could. Show More Summary
Britain's Crown Prosecution Service describes the call to a hospital, which resulted in a nurse's suicide, as a harmless prank with "very sad" consequences. read more
The Australian DJs who made a prank call to the hospital treating the Duchess of Cambridge will not be prosecuted.No charges will be brought against Mel Greig and Michael Christian over the hoax, the Crown Prosecution Service said.http://news.sky.com/story/1046193/royal-hoax-call-djs-will-not-face-charges
Offensive or controversial messages posted to social networks might not lead to prosecution if users show a little remorse, the U.K.'s Crown Prosecution Service said today. In a 14-page guide (PDF) published today on prosecuting cases...Show More Summary
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has published interim guidance on when to prosecute people for grossly offensive and obscene messages they send on social media. The guidelines are now subject to a full public consultation. Earlier this year, I took part in a series of round table discussions with the DPP over how the guidelines would look. [...]
Another little mystery in the long saga of Chris Huhne and that speeding ticket Column The Mole LAST UPDATED AT 10:54 ON Mon 17 Dec 2012 THE CROWN Prosecution Service has stepped in to say that the criminal case against Chris Huhne,Show More Summary
Rupert Murdoch's protege Rebekah Brooks will be charged with conspiracy over alleged illegal payments to a Ministry of Defence employee, Britain's Crown Prosecution Service said Tuesday. In a separate case, Andy Coulson, another former Murdoch editor who went on to work for Prime Minister David Cameron, faces charges of conspiring to make illegal payments to [...]
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson are already facing criminal charges in relation to the phone-hacking scandal that has rocked News Corp.’s UK press arm, News International. Today, Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service said it would also...Show More Summary
(LONDON) — Officials have charged the British prime minister’s former media aide and the ex-chief of Rupert Murdoch’s News International with bribery offenses. Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service said Tuesday that Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks were among four people being charged with conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office. Show More Summary
The frequency of cases has led to the creation of the development of a new government body, the Crown Prosecution Service.
The Crown Prosecution Service has seen so many cases of "offensive" tweets and Facebook posts that it's now issuing guidelines about which ones police should pursue.