Morning Headlines 17/3/2015

Morning Headlines 17/3/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. Missouri is planning to execute a man who’s missing nearly 8% of his brain (Business Insider)
  2. Barristers condemn Chris Grayling over steep rise in employment tribunal fees (The Guardian)
  3. UK’s list of ‘most wanted’ fugitives in Spain to be released (BBC News)
  4. Linklaters, A&O and HSF win places on Sabadell’s £1.7bn TSB offer (Legal Business)
  5. Three Judges Fired For Watching Porn At Work (Sky News)
  6. New York City Police to Deploy New Gunfire Detection System (Bloomberg)
  7. Blackstone hunts for juniors to plug gaps as elite bar talent war rages (The Lawyer)
  8. Oregon man facing no charges remains in jail 900 days after arrest (The Guardian)
  9. Questions over Tory law firm used by Grant Shapps to silence constituent in second job row (The Telegraph)
  10. British Navy base in Bahrain faces legal challenge after ‘not taking human rights record into account’ (The Independent)
  11. Robert Durst Could Face Death Penalty (Sky News) BUT is his confession admissible? (CNN)
  12. Dangerous dogs sentencing consultation begins (BBC News)
  13. Trans inmate asks US supreme court to allow sex-reassignment surgery (The Guardian)
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