Are we all travelling incognito?
Denyse O'Leary | 21 June 2011 |
tags: crime, law, neuroscience
Does "my brain made me do it" seem like a good excuse in a court of law?
“Criminal brains” and what to do about them
Denyse O'Leary | 09 June 2011 |
tags: capital punishment, crime, neuroscience
The budding science of neurolaw could make the life or death of a prisoner dependent on a brain scan.
Lonely life, lonely death
Michael Coren | 13 September 2010 |
The mysterious death of a British spy in the heart of London shows the hazards of the profession.
Mafia waning in Sicily
Alessandra Nucci | 23 August 2010 |
Italy is gradually succeeding in grinding down the world's most famous crime syndicate on its home ground.
Roman Polanski’s get out of jail free card
Jeremy Prichard | 22 July 2010 |
Should the geniuses of Hollywood be judged by a different law in view of their cultural contributions?