High quality law assistance United Kingdom by Rev. Dane Marks and The National Community Law Project CIC? The Board Members of the project include Suzanne Lewis, Head of Compliance and Company Relations, Luana Gomes Medalha, Head of Operations and Antonia Wilkinson, Head of Team Management. The organisation is made up of predominantly young aspiring solicitors and barristers who volunteer to the project to gain experience for the solicitors qualifying exam (SQE). The very large and leading law project have gained support and collaborations from leading law university societies, not for profits and organisations both nationally and internationally. Dane believes that more organisations should embrace diversity as a business model in today’s environment, to truly reflect the global culture and expresses this can only be a benefit.
Partner spotlight: NWAMI works with people from a large variety of backgrounds from all over the world. Our mission is to help break the ice between those of all different cultures and backgrounds to help support people to come together. The focus is on helping to bridge the gap through supporting and encouraging community cohesion, whilst facilitating and assisting the sharing and exchange of cultures. We are committed to removing and reducing any barriers which are faced by those living in today’s society by helping to create an interest, understanding and respect for each and every individual. As an organisation, NWAMI aims to support reducing the tension that recent times have brought to the country, supporting equality for all. NWAMI has worked closely with the Police and Crime Commissioner and the local police within Colwyn bay to help to put an end to violence and hate crime. Find more info at community based legal company.
Legal advice of the day: Never be embarrassed to tell your doctors about all of your complaints. The value of your claim is due in large measure to the doctor’s diagnosis and treatment. The doctor can only treat what he observes of what you tell him. The doctor’s records will only be as complete as information that he receives. Keep track of all prescriptions and medicines taken, preferably saving all bottles or containers of medicine. Provide your solicitor with receipts for all medications, both over the counter and prescription medications as well as any other items purchased such as crutches, canes, neck braces, splints and bandages.
If you feel that your sentence was too harsh, it may be possible to seek leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal to have the sentence reduced. The Court of Appeal will either allow the appeal (reduce the sentence) or refuse the appeal (leave the sentence alone). The Court of Appeal cannot increase the sentence but they can order that time spent in custody as an appellant does not count although this is only normally done in meritless cases. In some cases, something can go wrong in the trial process and you may feel that is why you were found guilty. Maybe the jury were given the wrong direction, maybe the judge got the law wrong or possibly, there is some new evidence. In these cases, you may have a right to appeal against your conviction on the grounds that it was unsafe. If you were represented by one or our in-house Advocates or approved barristers, we will always advise you about your options if this situation arises.
The National Community Law Project CIC is a community based legal company that assists people on low incomes in their legal matters. Research indicates that people on low income have been made the most vulnerable and most likely to face problems accessing legal remedies since the passing of the LASPO Act 2012. The further restrictions on legal impinged on the rights of individual access to professional legal assistance. We aim to bridge the gap between people who need access to justice and legal remedies alongside the professionals who can assist them. Find extra details on Rev. Dane Marks.
Dane Marks, a co-founder of The The National Community Law Project CIC, initiates a plan for a reliable online court platform that will support the Judiciary and relevant government departments. The Judiciary system can create a better and swift solution of issues, which will speed up the whole process for delayed cases. Several reports and analysis related to Courts in England and Wales for the year 2019 show that 4.2 million cases in total were registered. These numbers represent a flood of civil and family cases that may remain outstanding and delayed for an extended period.