The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal against the refusal of a privacy injunction to a man who had been arrested, but not charged, in connection with a criminal investigation into child prostitution.
Associate Marie Bourke comments on the potential implications for a wrongly accused individual in a case and the possible effects on the person and their family.
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Marie is a senior associate in the fraud and criminal litigation team. She is adept in defending clients being prosecuted by a range of bodies, including HM Revenue and Customs, The Serious Fraud Office, The Financial Conduct Authority and the Department of Business Innovation and Skills.
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