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Courts And Trials Videos - 4 by Popular

Wednesday 7:32 Assange still in prison

12/14/10
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will spend at least 48 hours in a British jail while Swedish authorities appeal a London court's decision ... tags: businesscourts_and_trialscrime_and_justiceeconomics_and_financeEducationindustryinformation_and_communication

Friday 7:54 'Liable with limitation': BP sued for US oil spill

12/16/10
The US government has launched civil action against oil giant BP and eight other companies, accusing them of causing or contributing to the ... tags: businesscourts_and_trialscrime_and_justicedisasters_and_accidentseconomics_and_financeEducationindustry

Friday 7:46 Ikea and Beckham: laws apart

12/16/10
The court case surrounding Julian Assange has raised a lot of questions about just how the law operates in the UK and Sweden. tags: businesscourts_and_trialscrime_and_justiceeconomics_and_financeEducationindustryinformation_and_communication

Thursday 8:06 Honeymoon killer off home

11/24/10
The American man dubbed the honeymoon killer, Gabe Watson, will return home to the United States in the next 24 hours. tags: courts_and_trialscrimecrime_and_justiceEducationinternational_lawlawNews_Politics

Law Report 2010-11-16

11/15/10
South Australia v TotaniOutlaw bikie gangs score a big legal win against the SA government. The High Court strikes down laws which prevent ... tags: courts_and_trialscrime_and_justicelawNews_Politics

Thursday 7:41 Family law in need of change

11/10/10
Australia's shared parenting laws were introduced by the Howard government in 2006, but they've since been criticised by women's groups, ... tags: courts_and_trialscrime_and_justiceEducationlawNews_PoliticsSociety_Culture

Law Report 2010-11-09

11/08/10
The perils of investigative reportingA conversation with veteran journalists Chris Masters and Paul Barry on the legal perils of ... tags: courts_and_trialscrime_and_justicelawNews_Politics

Monday 8:22 Court disability

11/07/10
The Queensland Court of Appeal has found there's inadequate protection in the state's magistrates courts for people with mental illnesses ... tags: courts_and_trialscrime_and_justiceEducationlawNews_PoliticsSociety_Culture