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'Is this really manslaughter? Really?'

The jury’s finding in the case of Charlie Alliston should serve as a reminder to prosecutors of asking themselves the big question, writes Peter Bowles

Crime

Regina v Agera and another [2017] EWCA Crim 740

Catch-22 for trans prisoners

The Parole Board is insufficiently prepared to deal with the needs of trans prisoners who face a stark choice between the possibility of release and a transfer that would be in their own best interests, writes Alex Cisneros

Keeping criminal practitioners afloat

James Parry advises on the circumstances in which rejecting un-remunerative publicly funded criminal work is necessary to protect the firm and reflects on flexible court hours

Police

Regina (Crompton) v Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire [2017] EWHC 1349 (Admin)

In the belly of the beast

Having witnessed ugliness and hope during her two months as an intern with a New Orleans Public Defenders Office, Lucie Boase brings back a slice of US attorneys’ passion for justice to share with legal aid lawyers in the UK

In praise of the SFO

Why would any government scrap a financial fraud watchdog that has shown leadership in innovation and generates significant revenue for the Treasury, asks Pavlos Panayi QC

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