Criminal lawyers from Mary Monson Solicitors regularly appear on national TV (BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5) and radio channels (BBCR4, BBC5Live, LBC) to explain current legal stories and events.
Cases we are defending often feature in the national broadcast media and print media. The Cambridge Analytica/Facebook election/data case was covered throughout the world, and was even the basis of a Netflix documentary, The Great Hack, and a feature film, Brexit: The Uncivil War.
We’re even sometimes asked to advise journalists behind the scenes in order to help them to accurately present the legal position in stories that they are working on.
Liam Kotrie explains Proceeds of Crime Act future benefit awards
Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains what Mortgage Fraud is, and describes different levels of the offence.
Joseph Kotrie-Monson comments on leaving the scene of a fatal car accident and whether new law is required
Joseph Kotrie-Monson comments on the CPS decision to prosecute ‘TrueMobster’ pranksters
Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains the difference between a legitimate police sting and entrapment.
Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains Perverting the Course of Justice in driving cases.
Joseph Kotrie-Monson representing Paul Hookway in the Supreme Court speaks out against emergency legislation giving police new bail powers.
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Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains what reasonable steps you can take in defending your own home
Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains implications of Randox evidence tampering investigation.
Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains the seriousness of failing to attend jury duty in a criminal trial.
Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains the Supreme Court Decision on Joint Enterprise in the Jogee case.
Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains that Violent Disorder cannot be charged as GBH without evidence.
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Joseph Kotrie-Monson explains disclosure in criminal cases and the need for reform
Joseph Kotrie-Monson comments on his clients’ position in the Randox Laboratories Evidence Tampering Scandal.
Joseph Kotrie-Monson clashes with Government Minister for Organised Crime Karen Bradley regarding proposed ‘Mafia Busting’ anti-corruption laws.
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Joseph Kotrie-Monson discusses the proposed ‘Helen’s Law’ regarding the release of murderers where the body location has not been revealed
Joseph Kotrie-Monson discusses the credibility of the UK justice system in the light of a developments in the ongoing case of John Venables, and the case of serial rapist John Worboys
Joseph Kotrie-Monson discusses self defence law and what constitutes ‘reasonable force’
Joseph Kotrie-Monson discusses the Court of Appeal case over the disclosure of the Prince Charles ‘Black Spider Letters’
Should the police have guns? Joseph Kotrie-Monson breaks down the issues
Joseph Kotrie-Monson goes head to head with Nick Ferrari on why legal aid should be given to the unpopular offenders as well as obviously deserving people.
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