The seductive appeal of aggressive advocacy: and why you should avoid it
Category › Criminal Law
The ordeal of Father Bill Bulloch
The Batley Grammar School teacher should not be sacked for blasphemy
The prerogative of procrastination: what has happened to the Royal Commission on criminal justice?
How could Priti Patel reintroduce the death penalty?
Should we be free to stir up racial hatred in the privacy of our own homes?
We need to think again about the effect of Victim Personal Statements on sentencing
Piers Corbyn may be a crank but his treatment should worry us all
There is no prospect of bringing a private prosecution against Dominic Cummings.
The Colston statue destroyers have no defence in law but they will never be convicted
The standard of proof in criminal trials: Peter Hitchens is right, and Lord Goddard was wrong.