As Italy confirms its ban on Sikhs carrying holy daggers, should the judiciary be deciding what our societies look like or what defines our cultural values?
The Behind the Screen: Online Child Exploitation in Australia report provides an alarming snapshot of a growing crime.
An investigation has been reopened into the 'Kevin' case, in which two young boys were accused of murdering a four-year-old.
A man was recently sent to prison for six years at least in part by the recommendation of a private company’s secret proprietary software.
There appears to be no resolution in sight over the impasse between Nigeria's president and the Senate over Muhammadu Buhari's choice of chief crime buster. Who will blink first?
The Channel 7 show Million Dollar Cold Case has seen Victoria Police dispense with the practice of not naming suspects until they are charged – a potentially fraught strategy.
Laws cannot keep pace with technological advances – but that may not be a bad thing.
Neuralink is probably a dangerous idea, but to the first person who fell into a firepit, so was fire.
Terrorism laws contain extra hurdles to secure a conviction, so prosecutors and police may prefer to charge offenders with murder or assault in some cases.
How do you punish a criminal robot?
An assisted-dying law in the UK is long overdue.
In 2000, Berry's longtime piano player sued him, claiming he never got any credit for songs he had co-written. Even though the case was dismissed, a St. Louis lawyer decided to investigate further.
In Oregon and Washington, the costs of seeking and administering the death penalty have increased significantly since the 1980s.
Revenge is sweet – but if the Democrats indulge in it, they could dramatically weaken a whole branch of the US government.
In a world where educational opportunity is unjustly distributed, there are questions as to whether private schools should be exempt from paying income tax.
Archaic vagrancy acts and Public Spaces Protection Laws turn washing, sleeping and begging into punishable offences.
Doctors can be struck off for having sexual contact with their patient, but where are the sanctions for patients?
How do you know your search results or social media feeds aren't being manipulated for political purposes? It's not a crime to do so. But we believe it should be.
The law isn't clear on whether someone can even consent to eyeball tattoos, skin implants, tongue splitting or ear pointing.
The obstacles workers face in successfully pursuing their entitlements and the inadequacy of our current penalties to deter underpayments means problems with franchises will remain.