Sophee Redhead's defence team speaks out about her acquittal

Mark Thompson and Damien Morrison
Monday, February 24, 2014

Following the recent not guilty verdict on the nursery worker charged with manslaughter and health and safety offences, two solicitors explore the legal minefield surrounding prosecution of individuals for health and safety related incidents, which can result in long prison sentences if convicted. They query whether there are artificially higher expectations for nursery owners and employees when a child dies or is injured.

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