Research bolsters case against legal aid cuts

PUBLISHED January 13, 2014

Research co-commissioned by the Law Society shows that the government could achieve two-thirds of planned criminal legal aid savings without implementing proposed fee cuts.

Falling crime rates indicate that the annual bill will fall by £84m by 2018/19, against the £120m fee saving demanded from police station attendance, magistrates' court representation and Crown court litigation.

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