Domestic abuse: Fundamental failings

Harry White discusses a controversial decision involving the approach to evidence of domestic abuse and procedural requirements in such cases ‘The judge’s conclusions were predicated upon a presumption that the mother should have physically resisted the father in order to establish her non-consent, which was plainly wrong.’ On 8 August 2019, HHJ Tolson QC made …
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