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Should fewer mothers be sent to prison? Joshua Rozenberg asks if there are alternatives.
Should doping in sport be criminalised? And the legal repercussions of the Paris attacks.
Joshua Rozenberg finds out why criminal courts charges have proved controversial.
Solicitors affected by cuts in criminal legal aid give their verdicts on the changes.
As Michael Gove says the justice system is failing, an expert panel critiques UK courts.
The proposal to give judges the power to authorise the interception of communications.
The prospects of mounting a successful prosecution against Syria's Bashar al-Assad.
Do commercial ships have a legal duty to help those they find in distress at sea?
Would the system of lay magistrates be invented today? Presented by Joshua Rozenberg.
The salty snack that led to a six-year-old's exclusion from school. What does the law say?
Is the system for dealing with miscarriages of justice good enough? With Joshua Rozenberg.
How much of today's law really comes from Magna Carta?
The British court case that could damage Britain's relations with the United States.
Are the UK's spy agencies breaking the law? We ask the man whose job it is to judge.
Does the PM have to ask Parliament before committing Britain to military action overseas?
Joshua Rozenberg discusses the most significant legal developments of the last 30 years.
Are online arguments and abuse on social media taking up too much police time?
Following a spate of high profile escapes, does the open prison system need reforming?
Evaluating the combative cross-examination techniques used in the Oscar Pistorius trial.
Why have government agencies consistently failed to recover the proceeds of crime?
A panel of experts and an audience in Liverpool ask: can we trust the police?
Appeal courts on TV, the job of a judge's clerk, and how feudal law affects homeowners.
Tough new laws for juries, lawyer-free litigants, and can you arrest Tony Blair?
Locking up bankers, 'get out of jail free' letters, and is justice a luxury for the rich?
Interview with the president of the court which considers complaints brought against MI5.
Are too many students studying law in a time when jobs in the legal profession are scarce?
Joshua Rozenberg reveals how laws relating to chemical weapons stretch back 2,000 years.
Attorney General Dominic Grieve on sentencing, the laws of war and human rights.
What information do internet companies have on us, and how can we delete it?
Do women judge differently from men? Legal magazine with Joshua Rozenberg.