A terminally-ill man who survived being shot in the face in a murder plot arranged by his cheating wife has said: “I still love her.”
A cheating wife, her lover and his daughter have been sentenced to life imprisonment over a plot to murder her terminally ill husband, which saw him survive being shot in the face.
A cheating wife and her lover have been sentenced to life imprisonment over a plot to kill her terminally ill husband by shooting him in the face.
The number of solicitors withdrawing from legal aid schemes in police stations has quadrupled in three years, according to figures.
Live social media updates are set to be banned in the Irish courts for all except journalists and lawyers involved in the case.
A woman who won a civil rape case is spearheading a new campaign to end the not proven verdict in Scottish criminal trials.
Two women who sold fake diet pills and cancer treatments to vulnerable customers have been ordered to hand over a total of more than £820,000.
A former football coach has been jailed for six years after being convicted of historical child sex offences.
Sir, – It was most interesting to follow the recent case involving the naming of Sir Philip Green by Lord Hain, who cited parliamentary privilege to ensure his name entered the public domain.
Four teenagers face years behind bars for fatally stabbing an 18-year-old while he was out walking with his girlfriend.