Crime victims are finding closure through programs that allow them to express the impact of the offence and speak to the offender
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A Colombian outfit is sending emails claiming it’s an agent of a top law firm – but the firm’s people say they’ve never heard of it
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The New Zealand Law Society says that sentencing is hard and here’s why.
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The criminal defence lawyer was ordered to submit to a random drug test after his conviction.
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