The seductive appeal of aggressive advocacy: and why you should avoid it
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How English Law presumes you guilty, even if your conviction is quashed
Germaine Greer on Rape: A review
Rape juries: Jolyon Maugham hits the wrong target
Wrongful convictions are a terrible risk in our frighteningly imperfect justicesystem.
The Parole Board may have got it wrong but it should not be intimidated out of making unpopular decisions
Liam Allan’s case shows why our criminal justice system is becoming a matter of national shame
Are 75% of rape complainants cross-examined about their sexual history?
Ian Watkins and Jemma Beale: both cases should make us uncomfortable about our justice system
Harriet Harman’s proposed ban on sexual history evidence would be grotesquely unfair
Judge Lower was right not to lift the Sexual RIsk Order on John O’Neill