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Rise in Temperature Sees Rise in Crime

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With the first day of spring fast approaching, and hopefully bringing with it warmer weather, research has suggested that a rise in temperatures may also be linked to a rise in crime.

According to various research findings, which have been conducted throughout the years, as the warmer weather approaches, crime rates increase due to windows on properties and cars being left open; creating temptation for the opportunist thief.

Findings have also suggested that the warmer weather may also be linked to a rise in other crimes, such as public order offences and anti-social behaviour, as a result of warmer weather increasing social interaction – and being scientifically linked to increasing aggression.

Whilst the research has not been able to categorically link warm weather with a rise in crime rates; as criminal law solicitors in Leeds, we understand that facing criminal charges of any description can be an extremely daunting prospect, particularly if you have never been in trouble with the law before.

Our solicitors also understand the importance of seeking expert legal advice at the earliest opportunity, as this can make a real difference in any case; which is why our solicitors are on hand to assist.

our specialist solicitors have built a strong reputation for providing first class representation in all areas of criminal law for clients throughout Yorkshire and the surrounding areas – and when contacting us, you can expect sympathetic and realistic advice about the best way forward.

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