The disclosure of criminal offences can harm chances of employment. But a recent proposal could make it easier for people to get back working.
The Law Commission has written a report advising the Government to clampdown on online abuse – and in particular on social media.
Back in March more than 50% of courts closed due to the Covid pandemic. There were already huge backlogs, so how can the courts cope?
Can indictment errors have an impact on a case? Here we look at indictments and how they can lead to miscarriages of justice.
The Official Secrets Act protects the United Kingdom against the leaking of sensitive information and spying – and has become ever more complex.
Lurking doubt is the rather rare circumstances where an appeal court will set aside what is determined to be an unsafe conviction by a jury. Here we look at a case study of the use of Lurking Doubt.