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Crime

The price of open justice

PNM demonstrates that the competing principles of suspects’ privacy and the freedom to report public court proceedings have yet to be comfortably reconciled, writes Richard Easton

'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

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