It is still possible for secondary participants to be guilty of murder – but a conviction must be based on specific intentions
Vice President Joe Biden will attend the Supreme Court justice's funeral.
Hundreds of cases will be re-examined after the doctrine was found to have been misinterpreted since the mid-1980s
The lifetime tenure of a Supreme Court judge means that they can shape the country’s policies and values for decades
Supreme Court rules in such instances parents cannot claim they now live outside UK's jurisdiction
Breaking the 1860 colonial law, known as section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, can incur with a 10-year jail sentence
The man - identified as 'C' - was convicted of stabbing his ex-girlfriend and her lover to death in 1997
In the six months since the court opened its archive the footage has been accessed an average of 10,000 times a month
Timing of decision means ruling will come next June as presidential race in high gear
Alison Sharland and Varsha Gohil claimed their ex-husbands hid the extent of their true wealth when they divorced
He said the turbines would be a "monstrous" blight on the coastal landscape
South Korea decriminalised adultery in February
The seven Supreme Court Justices voted unanimously against the claims
Instances of whistle-blowing at the Corporation are down from 2012 to 2013
Prosecutors have asked the Florence Appeals court for "cautionary measures" to be applied against murder suspect Raffaele Sollecito as the feeling mounts that guilty verdicts will be re-instated against Sollecito and his ex-girlfriend Amanda Knox for the killing for Meredith Kercher.
Morally speaking, I don't have any problem with representing someone who I personally believe is guilty.