Does punishment work at all, anywhere in the world? Are some people evil and beyond redemption? Or are all of us just one step away from potentially becoming a criminal?
Chris Daw QC has been practising criminal law for over 25 years, navigating Britain’s fractured justice system from within. Drawing on his own fascinating case histories and global reporting – including the 2019 London Bridge attacks, Alabama’s prison system and one of Britain’s most dramatic mass shootings – Daw challenges the status quo and some of the myths around crime and punishment and presents a radical new set of solutions for crime and punishment.
Interview by journalist, filmmaker and Chair of Leeds 2023 Ruth Pitt.
Pre-recorded event. Run time approx. 52 mins. Once registered you can watch the broadcast live or catch up on demand until 30 November.
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- Date: Monday 30th November
- Time: 11:59 pm
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