The seductive appeal of aggressive advocacy: and why you should avoid it
Category › Criminal Law
The standard of proof in criminal trials: Peter Hitchens is right, and Lord Goddard was wrong.
Lessons for open justice from the Marie Dinou case
Those British Isles lockdown questions answered
Is Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum a kidnapper and a pirate?
The Harman amendment: legislation as gesture politics leads to bad law.
Should Jolyon Maugham be prosecuted for bludgeoning a fox to death?
What public interest was there in prosecuting Supt Robyn Williams for possessing a video she never wanted?
Dentures at Snaresbrook
Guest Post on Catalonia: Was the Spanish Supreme Court crushing legitimate dissent or properly upholding the law?
Did Carl Beech have a fair trial?