Corrupt corporate lawyer pays $8.5m in legal fees as corporate lawyer gets caught in scandal

A US corporate lawyer has been paid more than $8 million in legal expenses in a bribery scandal that resulted in a massive $500 million payout for his client.Key points:Former US corporate law firm ‘in trouble’ for alleged $500m bribeThe US Senate has approved the appointment of a special counsel to oversee the probeThe probe,

How to spot the ‘wrongfully convicted’ in your neighborhood

A new study by a group of law professors at the University of Toronto found that people who have been wrongly convicted of crimes tend to have higher levels of prejudice against the accused and a lack of sympathy for victims.“The more [people] have experienced wrongful convictions, the more negative attitudes they have towards people