contempt of court

A resuming court hearing will rule on whether the prime minister upheld the law with his contradictory letters to the EU.
Violent demonstrations erupted outside the Old Bailey as Stephen Yaxley-Lennon's supporters protested the sentence.
The far-right activist broadcast footage from outside Leeds Crown Court on Facebook Live last May.
The former English Defence League (EDL) leader is accused of committing contempt of court, which he denies.
A hearing will take place at the Old Bailey in July.
The 36-year-old could be sent back to jail if he is found in contempt.
The far-right activist was released from prison last month.
Judges have ordered a fresh hearing for jailed British anti-Muslim activist.
They say he broke a court order not to harrass journalists.
HIs supporters have now set up a fundraiser and petition.
Robinson posted a video to his Facebook account, saying: “It’s 4.32 and the police are at my house, and I’m being arrested
Facebook and Twitter users are to be warned not to prejudice criminal cases before trials begin. In a historic move, the
These days, it seems that pretty much anyone can become "a journalist". If you're related to someone famous - like Peaches Geldof, daughter of Sir Bob - then you can start blogging and tweeting on all the latest stories of the day. You will very quickly have gotten yourself quite a large audience.
The collapse of the trial of Vicky Pryce has prompted a debate about the effectiveness of jury trials. The ex-wife of former
A retired solicitor who published claims that Madeleine McCann's parents caused her death received a suspended jail sentence
A property dealer said to be worth £400 million has been given a six-month jail term after a High Court judge ruled that
Jurors who look up the grisly details online of cases they are involved in could be prosecuted under a new criminal offence
The Daily Mail and Daily Mirror have been found guilty of contempt of court by the High Court over articles published after
Establishing judicial studies as a respectable and rigorous academic field could not only increase public understanding and interest in the judiciary, but it could also serve to improve the quality and openness of our legal system.