Case Law

Non-accidental harm, ‘pool’ of perpetrators: BK-S (children) [2015]

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By Michael Jones, barrister, Deans Court Chambers, Manchester. This appeal case judgement emphasises that separate findings of fact hearings are not normally considered appropriate if it is clear and accepted that an incident of harm against a child has taken place; identification of the perpetrator can form part part of the final hearing. This was an […]

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