Reports from the Council of Her Majesty's Circuit Judges and the Association of Chief Police Officers have also linked an increase in disorder with a rising number of pubs offering late night drinking.
What does COCJ stand for?
COCJ stands for Council of Her Majesty's Circuit Judges (UK)
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The Council of Her Majesty's Circuit Judges predicted relaxing licensing laws would see an "escalation" of drink-fuelled crime, including rape and grievous bodily harm.
A paper from the Council of Her Majesty's Circuit Judges said: 'Those who routinely see the consequences of drink-fuelled violence in offences of rape, grievous bodily harm and worse on a daily basis are in no doubt that an escalation of offences of this nature will inevitably be caused by the relaxation of liquor licensing which the Government has now authorised.
A paper from the Council of Her Majesty's Circuit Judges said: 'Those who routinely see the consequences of drinkfuelled violence in offences of rape, grievous bodily harm and worse are in no doubt that an escalation of offences will be caused by the relaxation of liquor licensing
Apart from concerned citizens who have managed to grow up, this comprises Tory and LibDem MPs, the Council of her Majesty's Circuit Judges and the Association of Chief Police Officers - a largely conservative and reactionary bunch of kill-joys and old fogies, you may think, who would say that.
A paper from the Council of Her Majesty's Circuit Judges disagreed.