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    • Care proceedings
      Our aim is to ensure that childcare proceedings are completed as quickly as possible to make the process less upsetting for children and their families.
    • Care proceedings reforms
      The government is implementing key reforms to the child care proceedings system in England and Wales, following a review of the system completed in 2006.
    • Care profiling study
      The study provides baseline data on care proceedings brought under the Children Act 1989, as a basis against which reforms to the care proceedings system could be evaluated.
    • Chakrabarti, Suma
      Permanent Secretary
    • Circulars
      This section contains circulars issued to inform the public and stakeholders about changes in legislation and their commencement dates.
    • Citizenship Review
      Lord Goldsmith QC Citizenship Review
    • Civil Justice Council review
      Justice Minister Bridget Prentice has commissioned Dr Jonathan Spencer, an external consultant, to carry out an independent review of the Civil Justice Council.
    • Civil law reform
      The aim of civil law reform is to create a clear, coherent, cost-effective and accessible system of private law rights and responsibilities.
    • Civil proceedings costs
      Our aim is that the policy on recoverable costs in civil proceedings should provide for costs that are fair, reasonable and transparent.
    • Civil procedure rule committee
      The Civil Procedure Rule Committee is an advisory Non-Departmental Public Body set up under the Civil Procedure Act 1997 to make rules of court for the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal, the High Court and the County Courts.
    • Civil Procedure Rules (in 'Guidance')
      The amendments included in this update come into force on 06 April 2008.
    • Civil procedure rules (in 'What we do')
      Civil procedure rules govern the practice and procedure to be followed in the civil courts.
    • Claims management regulation
      Our aim is to ensure that childcare proceedings are completed as quickly as possible to make the process less upsetting for children and their families.
    • Claims Management Regulation Annual Review 2007-08
      e first annual review of Claims Management Regulation since the regulation came into force on 23 April 2007.
    • Claims Management Regulation: Impact of Regulation
      This study, by Mark Boleat, the first Head of Claims Management Regulation, reviews the impact of regulation over its first full year of operation.
    • Collins-Rice, Rowena
      Director General, Democracy, Constitution and Law
    • Community Sentencing - Reducing Reoffending, Changing Lives
      A report showing how community sentences work, bringing together the experiences of probation officers, offenders, victims, academics and third parties.
    • Company winding up and bankruptcy petition statistics
      The latest National Statistics on company winding up and bankruptcy petitions, released by the Ministry of Justice and produced in accordance with arrangements provided by the UK Statistics Authority.
    • Conditional fee agreements
      Conditional Fee Agreements, also known as 'no win, no fee', are alternative methods of funding litigation.
    • Consultations
      Consultation papers contain proposals for change and new policies. They are published to seek views on proposals and to allow the opportunity for comment.
    • Contact us
    • Contracting with us
      If you would like to find out about current or future contract opportunities and our procurement systems please contact us.
    • Copyright
      Crown copyright information
    • Coroners
      Coroners are independent judicial officers appointed and paid for by the relevant local authorities who are responsible for investigating violent, unnatural deaths or sudden deaths of unknown cause and deaths in custody that are reported to them.
    • Coroners: statistics on deaths reported
      The latest National Statistics on deaths reported to coroners, released by the Ministry of Justice and produced in accordance with arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
    • Corporate information
      This section contains our strategy documents, annual reports, spending reviews and equality schemes.
    • Corporate management board
      The corporate management board is chaired by the Permanent Secretary. It provides direction to the management of all Ministry of Justice operations and acts to protect and enhance the reputation of the department.
    • Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007
      The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act introduces a new offence, across the UK, for prosecuting companies and other organisations where there has been a gross failing, throughout the organisation, in the management of health and safety.
    • Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007: guidance
      The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act introduces a new offence, across the UK, for prosecuting companies and other organisations where there has been a gross failing, throughout the organisation, in the management of health and safety.
    • Court fees
      Court fees are generally set at levels that reflect, on average, the full cost of the processes involved, with a well-targeted system of fee concessions to protect access to justice for those who are less well off.
    • Creating a Supreme Court for the United Kingdom
      Information about the UK Supreme Court, including rules and practice directions.
    • Cremation (in 'Guidance')
      This section contains guidance for applicants for cremation, funeral directors, cremation authorities and medical practitioners; together with related forms.
    • Cremation (in 'What we do')
      We appoint crematorium medical referees and we also provide guidance on the cremation legislation, in particular to doctors who complete the various statutory forms that enable cremation to take place.
    • Criminal Evidence (Witness Anonymity) Act 2008
      Details of the Act, which aims to put on a statutory footing a power for the courts to grant witnesses anonymity orders in criminal proceedings where this is consistent with the right of a defendant to a fair trial.
    • Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008
      The Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 takes forward the Government's programme of reform of the criminal justice system.
    • Criminal offences
      We aim to ensure clear, coherent, modern offences that are fair to all, meet the needs of the criminal justice system, protect the public and support the UK's EU and wider international objectives for dealing effectively with serious crime.
    • Criminal procedure rule committee
      The Criminal Procedure Rule Committee is responsible for modernising court procedure and practice and making the Criminal Procedure Rules.
    • Criminal Procedure Rules (in 'Guidance')
      The Criminal Procedure Rules 2005.
    • Criminal Procedure Rules (in 'What we do')
      The Criminal Procedure Rules give courts in England and Wales explicit powers to actively manage the preparation of criminal cases, to get rid of unfair and unnecessary delays and promote certainty about what should be happening.
    • Criminal statistics annual report
      The latest National Statistics release on annual criminal statistics in England and Wales, released by the Ministry of Justice and produced in accordance with arrangements provided by the UK Statistics Authority.
    • Crown dependencies
      The crown dependencies are Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man. They are not part of the UK and have their own directly elected legislative assemblies, administrative, fiscal, legal systems and courts of law.