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The details emerged in reports from a private trial in the Family Division of the High Court

Mark Duggan's killing sparked widespread riots

Mark Duggan lawfully killed: Family say 'we will still fight for justice'

Jury rules by 8-2 majority that death which triggered London riots was lawful

Chinese student armed with two meat cleavers roamed through Huddersfield University halls after Christmas Day mugging

A Chinese student in Huddersfield has told a court that he armed himself with two meat cleavers and patrolled his halls of residence on Christmas Day because he was “scared to death” after being mugged earlier in the day.

Richard Newton from Whitby was filmed by North Yorkshire Police driving with both of his hands on his head

Motorist filmed driving with his hands behind his head is banned

Man claimed he was stretching because of a bad back

Aubrey Lee Price pictured in an undated photo courtesy of the FBI

'Dead' American banker arrested in connection with multi-million dollar fraud case

A Florida judge declared former banker Aubrey Lee Price dead in 2012

David Cameron has insisted that British courts must retain the right to sentence the worst offenders to stay in prison until they die

'Life should mean life' for prison sentences despite what Europe decides, says David Cameron

Worst offenders should be given 100-year sentences to get round ban on life terms by European judges

Home visits stopped for patient with violent father

A High Court judge has ruled that a 20-year-old man with “profound disabilities” cannot be allowed home visits after carers raised concerns about his parents' behaviour.

Samantha Christensen, left, and Elise Larsen apply for a marriage license in the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office. On Friday, Utah became the 18th state in the nation to allow gay marriage, however the state is seeking an urgent appeal

Utah scrambles to halt same-sex marriages after surprise ruling overturns ban

Judge in Republican stronghold declared existing ban violated constitutional rights of gay and lesbian couples

US President Barack Obama during his his year-end news conference in the White House briefing room in Washington

NSA spying scandal: Barack Obama signals review of surveillance programmes following Edward Snowden revelations

Speaking at his end-of-year news conference, the US President said the government data collection programmes could be 'redesigned'

The Grimsby Islamic Cultural Centre was targeted with petrol bombs

Six years for former soldiers who firebombed mosque after Lee Rigby murder

Two former soldiers who firebombed a mosque following the murder of soldier Lee Rigby have each been jailed for six years.

Book review: Stephen Ward Was Innocent, OK: The Case for Overturning his Conviction, By Geoffrey Robertson QC

On 30 July 1963, Stephen Ward, former osteopath to the rich and powerful, heard the judge’s summing up at the conclusion of his Old Bailey trial and felt do desolate that he retreated to a friend’s flat, wrote a suicide note and swallowed barbiturates.

Stephen Ward Was Innocent, OK: The Case for Overturning his Conviction,
By Geoffrey Robertson QC - book review: Forensic exposé brings another scandal to light

On 30 July 1963, Stephen Ward, former osteopath to the rich and powerful, heard the judge’s summing up at the conclusion of his Old Bailey trial and felt do desolate that he retreated to a friend’s flat, wrote a suicide note and swallowed barbiturates.

Amanda Knox in 2011 attending the appeal against her conviction

Amanda Knox sends email to Italian court declaring: 'I did not kill Meredith Kercher'

The American pleaded her innocence in the message

Paul Lamb and Jane Nicklinson arrive at the Supreme Court

Right-to-die case: Supreme Court hears case of Tony Nicklinson's widow and Paul Lamb

Campaigners argue the assisted suicide ban contravenes the European Convention on Human Rights

The agent, 63, of Larkfield Close, Bury (left) stands accused of attacking a 46-year-old woman in Bury, Greater Manchester

Neville Neville has been found ‘not guilty’ of sexual assault

His son, Gary Neville, broke down in tears as the jury cleared the football agent of all charges

Putting the boot in: Teenage apprentices faced endemic bullying at clubs in the 1980s as highlighted by the Stoke case

Grime and punishment: Dark tales of ritual abuse in boot-rooms could spark a wave of legal claims against clubs

Former Stoke City apprentice claims damages for allegedly being subjected to a ritual known as the “The Glove” and “The Finger”

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