Of Counsel Nick Barnard’s piece considering a recent high-profile sportsman’s arrest highlights the limitations of privacy protection for top level suspects in criminal investigations.
This recent case serves as a reminder that, when it comes to criminal investigations, even those in the public eye cannot count on absolute privacy.
To learn more, see the piece published in Law in Sport: https://www.lawinsport.com/topics/item/the-limits-of-privacy-why-sports-stars-remain-exposed-in-criminal-investigations
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