We live in a country where charity workers can be threatened with the police by a private company for playing softball in a public park.
Why there may be a better alternative to a “statutory pardon” for the Enigma code breaker, who was prosecuted over his homosexuality in 1952.
A judge-led inquiry may uncover extensive police and media corruption over 25 years.
This is a flawed proposal which will have highly damaging effects.
Why there should be limits on the rights of “legal persons”.
What is significant about these two convictions for perverting the course of justice, asks David Allen Green.
A proposal to enact Lord Justice Leveson's media regulation recommendations has been tacked on to the Defamation Bill, threatening to scupper years of work by libel reform campaigners. It is bad law, and should be dropped.
The remarkable legal advice given to Rutland County Council suggests that councils can now sue - and threaten to sue - for libel. We should worry about the potential "chilling effect" of this.
A calamity at the "Twitter Joke Trial" airport of which you will not have heard
The law behind the “Plebgate” row.
From governance to sourcing, David Allen Green outlines five key issues in the report into press practice and ethics.
Why there are grounds for optimism.
What you believe about the McKinnon extradition case is probably false
Others deserve credit for "60 years of peace" in Europe
Why statutory regulation of the press is itself neither a good nor a bad thing.
Why there should now be a "Nightjack" test for proposals for press regulation.
Why, after five police investigations into Daniel Morgan's death, there must now be a judicial inquiry
Officers from Operation Tuleta interview Alastair Brett
Those sentencing remarks in context.
Why the “zombie facts” of Assange supporters are wrong.
Officers from Operation Tuleta arrest Patrick Foster.
A brief critical and source-based guide to some common misconceptions.
Litigation, and not broken glass, is the more likely consequence.
A jury unanimously acquits in the latest “extreme pornography” case.
The offence in the infamous “Tiger porn” case is being used again
Lord Chief Justice to hand down judgment today
The UK government now faces a legal challenge.
Simon Harwood has been acquitted of manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson but questions remain, says David Allen Green.
Allegations of widespread arrests denied by the British Transport Police but "Olympics" bail conditions imposed