The judge has also asked if the woman 'closed her female organs'
If the Johnson case is anything to go by, 'it was society that conditioned me to do it, your honour' is becoming the new get out of jail card
Daniel Hughes acquitted of three counts of child molestation and one count of statutory sodomy
It's better to end a painful separation as friends than warring foes, and a quick online breaking of the marriage contract might help with that
"More addicts will rid themselves of their drug dependency and fewer will return to crime"
In 2015, the average hourly rate charged by partners at the so-called Magic Circle firms reached a new record of £850
The retailer found a loophole in the 5p tax law
Incest is currently punishable by up to two years in prison
The new law comes in after Spain, Israel and Australia have already outlawed skinny models
She wants men to have counselling to attempt to 'pursue celibacy as a viable lifestyle choice'
In the West Bank, it’s one rule for illegal Israeli settlers and another for the Palestinians whose family homes can be demolished if they commit certain crimes
The ruling makes practically every way of listening to music illegal
Exclusive: Michael Gove faces lawyers’ revolt after claims that bids were assessed by staff with no knowledge of legal aid
A US jury found that Apple used patented processor technology in several of its chips without permission
The law bans taking ‘horse, ass, sheep, mule, swine, or cattle or carriage of any description, or any truck or sledge’ on the pavement, and railway was just catching on when hoverboards were outlawed
The law is designed to protect children from the dangers of second-hand smoke