Raphael Rowe: 'Miscarriages of justice are happening all the time'
Raphael Rowe speaks to Crime+Investigation about his new show, 'British Injustice with Raphael Rowe'
What makes a criminal? An expert explains
What makes a criminal? Why are some people more likely to offend than others?
The most dangerous prisons in the world
When many hardened criminals are herded together and made to share a roof, that building becomes an incredibly perilous place to be…
When prison guards abuse their power
How vicious, corrupt or just plain cruel wardens abused their position in the most horrific of ways…
Alcatraz: The most famous prison break in history
The story of the 1962 Alcatraz escape still manages to captivate the world over half a century later and still remains an enduring mystery.
British prisoners still serving whole life sentences
There are currently just 12 inmates serving entire life sentences: Who are they? | Image: Shutterstock
Law of Parties' - Texas' Very Strange Rule
To be guilty of a crime, you don’t need to have actually committed it, just to have helped the thing take place.
I am a Killer: Robert Shafer
Bad things are going to happen when you lead a criminal lifestyle and you have a loaded gun