With drugs cases, there are several stages at which you may wish an input from KBC, such as for trial, sentencing or POCA hearings, none of which are stand-alone events. We regularly find that the longer enquiries are left, the harder it can be to address all the relevant factors.
Are you a solicitor who has just been instructed by a client facing a serious road traffic offence following an accident? It is likely that at some point you will consider an examination of the vehicles involved but perhaps not at the very outset of the case. There are, however, real ad
John Fowler from our imagery team retires this month after 13 years at Keith Borer Consultants. John joined us from the RAF and was pivotal in growing our CCTV and Imagery department. We would like to wish him all the best for his retirement.
Following the tragic death of their 3 year old daughter in a road accident, the Shahzad family have campaigned for improvements to the road safety of Dunstable Road in Luton. Whilst the coroner’s inquest concluded that Mayah Shahzad’s death was a tragic incident in which no-one was to blame, her
In a recent case at Keith Borer Consultants, a man was charged with making and distributing indecent images of children. In interview, he accepted downloading the images one night with his partner but denied knowledge of distribution of such images.
We recently had a case where the Crown expert concluded her findings provided strong support that the defendant had broken the wine glass used in an alleged assault on his partner. The Crown expert arrived at this conclusion largely because she considered the properties of the g
As November 5th approaches this is a cautionary tale of how a celebratory BBQ and bonfire party became a criminal investigation when a wooden hut close to the bonfire caught fire and was burnt down.
Current criticism of the provision of forensic science in England/Wales deserves some examples. Here are three recent ones that are representative of the sort of detrimental consequences of government policies