Jennifer is a committed junior barrister who accepts instructions for both Prosecution and Defence work. She regularly provides written advice and is recognised for her concise analysis and pragmatism. As an advocate, she is clear and direct.
In this concise presentation, Jennifer gives an update on the mechanics of The Communications Act 2003. She begins with offences regarding the improper use of the public communications network, describing a case she has personally worked on to demonstrate how these cases can unfold. She also refers to relevant case law, which was used in this case.
The Communications Act 2003 Improper use of the public communications network Scottow v Crown Prosecution Service  EWHC 3421 (Admin) Twitter Social media Communications offences Human rights Freedom of expression Purpose of communication