Trump appointed Cannon to the bench, but that alone is not a good enough reason for her to recuse herself from the case.
The FBI and Treasury Department frown on the idea of paying off cyber attackers. But there is sufficient ethical and legal gray areas to make it a real moral quandary for business leaders.
If Zoom courts are here to stay, we must ensure virtual courts function as well as possible by identifying and promoting best practices.
Pediatric epigenetic clocks have the potential to accurately assess biological age. However, possible applications in law enforcement and immigration raise ethical issues.
How much is your suffering worth in court? Often, it depends on the judge. But justice may be better served by letting victims choose between monetary compensation and a more restorative remedy.
How do jurors use different kinds of information about mental illness when making sentencing decisions? An experiment finds that neurobiological evidence could harm or help defendants.
Where does responsibility lie if a person acts under the influence of their brain implant? As neurotechnologies advance, a neuroethicist and a legal expert write that now’s the time to hash it out.
If Trump is lying to his own lawyers about Russia, he is risking Bill Clinton’s fate.
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.
The court found that parents have a strong interest in a “genetic affinity” with their children, one that can merit compensation if subverted.