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