Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.
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- Is Brusthom Ziamani’s sentence too severe? (The Guardian)
- Utah to resume use of firing squad for executions (BBC News)
- Clifford Chance, Linklaters and Latham advise on $7.7bn Pirelli sale to ChemChina (Legal Business)
- Chicago’s Jenner & Block becomes latest US firm to announce London launch (The Lawyer)
- Claudia Lawrence: Man Arrested For Murder (Sky News)
- Facebook data privacy case to be heard before European Union court (The Guardian)
- Prosecutor Marty Stroud issues public apology for sending to death row innocent New Orleans man who has just months to live (The Independent)
- On the Runs scheme ‘damaged integrity of criminal justice’ (BBC News)
- Amanda Knox’s supporters expect her to be found guilty of murder for THIRD time this week as Italy’s top court rules on death of Meredith Kercher (Mail Online)
- Horsemeat scandal: Dutch trader in court (BBC News)
- Councils face £100m bill for surge in legal safeguards for vulnerable people (The Guardian)
- University’s ‘anti-Semitic’ Israel conference condemned – lawyer says it would damage training contract chances (The Telegraph)
- Robert Durst denied bail; new details emerge in case (CNN)
- Israel must end its 50-year occupation of Palestine, the White House says (The Independent)
- Section 66A: India court strikes down ‘Facebook’ arrest law (BBC News)
- Adnan Syed’s lawyers file first document to challenge murder conviction (The Guardian)