The Protection from Harassment Act 1996 contains a statutory defence. Many defendants wishing to invoke “reasonableness” are inherently unreasonable people. Some are simply misguided, honest and principled or at the end of their tether when help has not been forthcoming from the authorities. Even unattractive individuals may rely on s1 (3). The problem for defence advocates is that unattractive people often are convicted.
Aimed at prosecution and defence advocates in both the Crown and Magistrates’ Court and police station representatives this course will dissect the following:
On completion of this course you will know:
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