Emergency legislation which would facilitate the acceleration of virtual courts in some cases could be brought forward as the coronavirus situation wo
Defence practitioners are on the verge of ‘extinction’, the Law Society president warned today.
David Kirwan ponders whether filming in the criminal courts could lead to the nation’s new ‘X Factor’
No convicted terrorist entitled to automatic early release will be allowed to leave prison until the Parole Board says they can, under emergency laws
Automated transport risks cyber-attacks and passenger safety, and new criminal offences should be introduced, Kennedys has said.
The Conservative Party’s manifesto, launched yesterday (24 November) sets out an ambitious plan on what it will do if it wins the forthcoming ge
Tens of thousands of suspects are being released under investigation without any time limits or conditions, according to the Law Society, but the gove
Artificial intelligence (AI) used by UK police to predict crimes may “replicate and in some cases amplify” existing biases, according to n
Specialist support services for victims of rape and sexual assault will receive a £5m boost from the government, Justice Minister Wendy Morton M