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More than 180 000 poor South Africans have received telephonic legal advice on the Legal Aid Advice Line since it was launched two years ago, it was reported on Tuesday.
The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has adopted Protocol 15 to the European Convention of Human Rights.
The applicant, Sergey Samartsev, is a Russian national who was born in 1970 and is currently in prison following his conviction in 2006 of two murders.
Almost half Africa’s prison population consists of people held in pretrial detention, awaiting a trial that may take months or years to materialize.
The costs and benefits of criminal justice policies and activities affect everyone.
One of the most contentious proposals in the Green Paper on the transforming legal aid is the removal of client choice in criminal cases.
Our criminal justice system is admired throughout the world – how many things can we now say that about?
The MoJ's public consultations on legal aid reforms show they are open-minded, but if the aim remains to reduce spending, what about the cost to justice?
Evidence, the single most important element of a court case, is choking the life out of Canada’s judicial system; or, more specifically, the analysis, management, disclosure and argument over evidence are the guilty parties at the end of this whodunit.
European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) judgments can have a huge impact in Member States by highlighting systemic and serious problems in human rights protection.