Ariel Castro, who kidnapped, raped and held captive three women for over a decade, has been found guilty on 937 counts and sentenced to life without parole plus a thousand years in prison.
Holding the Syrian regime and its allies accountable for the horror inflicted on civilians is fraught with problems. How effective can the UN's legal mechanism be when funding is scarce? Teri Schultz reports.
Eight people have been found guilty of numerous crimes including deliberate attacks on refugee shelters in Germany. After a yearlong trial, the legal points hinged on the very nature of the group's structure and intent.
The Barry Bennell child abuse trial has rocked football in the UK. While legislation passed in the two decades since he committed most of his crimes provides more protection for young footballers, more needs to be done.
A popular program called COMPAS claims it can predict if criminal defendants will commit more crimes, and has been used by judges across the US. However, a new study has found the algorithm to be no better than a human.
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