A single mother who says she needs £100,000 “super quickly” to fund an appeal after a High Court judge ruled that her brain-damaged daughter should be allowed to die has raised more than £4,000 in a day.
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A single mother who says she needs £100 000 “super quickly” to fund an appeal after a High Court judge ruled that her brain-damaged daughter should be allowed to die has raised more than £4,000 in a day.
A single mother has told of her devastation after a High Court judge ruled that her brain-damaged daughter should be allowed to die.
Johnny Depp has asked the Court of Appeal to order a retrial of his libel claim against The Sun over an article calling him a “wife beater”, which a High Court judge found was “substantially true”.
Johnny Depp “did not receive a fair trial” and the damning High Court ruling that he assaulted his ex-wife Amber Heard and put her in fear for her life is “plainly wrong”, his lawyers have told the Court of Appeal.
The widow of Pc Andrew Harper has said she is “disappointed” after the Court of Appeal rejected a bid by the Attorney General to increase the sentences of her husband’s killers.
The sentences given to three teenagers for the manslaughter of Pc Andrew Harper will not be changed after the Court of Appeal dismissed challenges by the Attorney General and the trio.
The Court of Appeal will rule on whether Pc Andrew Harper’s killers’ sentences for manslaughter are “unduly lenient” following a bid by the Attorney General to have them increased.
Two notorious criminals who are serving life sentences for some of the worst offences of rape ever tried in England and Wales have had their minimum jail terms increased by the Court of Appeal.
The Court of Appeal will rule on whether two notorious rapists should remain behind bars for the rest of their lives.
Prosecutors in sexual assault cases do not need to prove a defendant was motivated by their own gratification, the Court of Appeal has ruled, after the Attorney General called for clarification of the law.
Sir James Dyson and his wife have received a £100,000 payout from the publishers of the Daily Mail after it ran a “false and harmful” article about a legal dispute with their former housekeeper
It is a “myth” that courts are handing out more lenient sentences to criminals, according to the most senior judge in England and Wales.
A teenager who threw a young boy from the viewing platform of the Tate Modern has had his appeal against his 15-year minimum prison term dismissed.
A teenager who threw a young boy from the viewing platform of the Tate Modern has abandoned his bid to be moved from prison to hospital, the Court of Appeal has heard.
A man found guilty of blackmail and assault has had his conviction overturned after appeal judges concluded that evidence in mobile phone messages had not been considered and described a “catalogue of avoidable errors”.
A British businessman has lost his Court of Appeal challenge against the Government over the Covid-19 lockdown rules.
Pc Andrew Harper’s widow has vowed to continue the “agonising battle for justice” as she awaits the result of a bid by the Attorney General to increase the sentences of her husband’s killers.
Pc Andrew Harper’s killing was “as serious a case of manslaughter as it is possible to envisage”, the Attorney General has told the Court of Appeal.
The leader of the three teenagers who killed Pc Andrew Harper should have been given a life sentence, the Attorney General has told the Court of Appeal.
Three teenagers who killed Pc Andrew Harper will have their sentences challenged as being “unduly lenient” at the Court of Appeal as they also mount their own appeals against their jail terms.
A paralysed former builder has called for an inquiry into assisted dying after losing a bid to challenge the law on the issue.
A “womanising” police officer jailed for strangling his long-term lover has applied to appeal his sentence.
A woman is set to make “astonishing” allegations of “horrendous sexual abuse” by disgraced American film producer Harvey Weinstein at a tribunal hearing in England, judges have been told.
Individuals who went to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State group (IS) pose a “real and serious” risk to national security “whatever sympathy might be generated by the age of the person when they travelled”, the Supreme Court has heard.
Shamima Begum’s return to the UK to challenge the deprivation of her British citizenship “would create significant national security risks”, the Supreme Court has heard.
Shamima Begum’s potential return to the UK to challenge the deprivation of her British citizenship will be considered by the Supreme Court.
A campaign organisation is urging ministers to update legislation after a transgender man who has given birth but does not want to be described as the “mother” on his child’s birth certificate failed in a bid to take his case to the Supreme Court.
Fantasist Carl Beech, who made false claims about a VIP paedophile ring, has lost an appeal to have his 18-year prison sentence reduced.
Entertainer Michael Barrymore has agreed to halt a compensation claim after being arrested during an investigation into the death of a man at his home, police have said.