Journalistic recklessness should be regulated but not on the basis that journalism is always reckless.
Schemes of this nature establish their legality through non-compliance in order to enforce formal recognition.
If Pakistan’s aim is to disarm the pilot and afford him relatively humane treatment, it will not violate Geneva III.
While the SC decision is a moral victory, it would be a stretch to call it a victory for jurisprudence.
The Sharifs could "surrender" by appearing before the court without surrendering before the police.
Jurisprudence, or better yet legislative action akin to Workplace Harassment Act, needs to be implemented in schools.
Pakistani law has not developed enough to require convicts to prove they’re not a risk to victims and the public.
Sharif was exposing himself by being party head and now he can implement his politics in a much more effective manner.
The matter will be reviewed by the High Court irrespective of whether Imran Ali files an appeal.
Here is a look at five cases that Jahangir successfully litigated before different courts in Pakistan.
The prosecution's case hinges on narrating an unbroken chain of corroborative pieces and evidence against the suspect.
Ascertaining guilt is a lengthy process. Cases should not be quickly handled, but correctly handled.