Artist or vandal? With Australia's most notable street artist charged with wilful damage by graffiti, Ugur Nedim weighs up what he could be facing.
With social media being used as a weapon to radicalise users, Ugur Nedim looks at the new tools to combat online extremism.
With two police officers being investigated for use of excessive force against women, Ugur Nedim suggests their hearings be made public.
Avoiding paying that outstanding toll? Ugur Nedim has the bitter facts of an industry which needs reform but threatens jail time.
Ugur Nedim recounts the more genius (and not so genius) ways that criminals on the run have been caught.
Ugur Nedim has finished the new Netflix show, Making a Murderer, and has uncovered some facts not shown in the series. (Spoiler alert!)
Ugur Nedim explains how burglars now check Facebook instead of windows to see if you aren’t home.
Frank Sinatra was charged with seduction in 1938, but did you know that seduction was also a civil offence in Australia? Ugur Nedim gives us a brief history.
Our favourite lawyer Ugur Nedim tackles some of the most extreme stories of jilted lovers; from the lady who cut her husbands penis off TWICE to the Australian woman who killed, skinned and cooked her husband.
After the recent spate of police acting outside the law, Ugur Nedim takes you through the process of arresting law enforcement officers.
Christmas is the season of giving, but for some, it’s also the season of taking. Lawyer Ugur Nedim outlines what do you if you’re caught Shoplifting.
Revenge photos have become a hot issue, especially after a relationship breakup goes nasty. With a new bill proposing to criminalise ‘revenge porn/photos’ Ugur Nedim looks at what this actually means for everyday Australians
Some people come up with ingenious ways to get away with crimes – but not all offenders are the sharpest tools in the shed. From stealing toilet paper and getting trapped, to hitching a ride with the cops we have Ugur Nedim take a look at 5 of Australia’s dumbest offenders.
Have you ever paid for something with a torn $5 note? Or perhaps stolen a rock from a park? You could have been arrested! Ugur Nedim unpacks some of the more obscure criminal offences you probably aren’t aware of…
Ingeborg van Teeseling outlines the benefits and framework of legalised Euthanasia, explaining why we should be following the Dutch example.
Online abuse, or trolling, may now be punished under existing legislation, as a Sydney resident found out, and Ugur Nedim explains.
Ugur Nedim looks at the more cruel, unusual and often hilarious public shaming of convicted criminals.
Anecdotal law addict Ugur Nedim looks at the story behind the stuffed owl defence lawyer, and other strange tales from the courtroom.
After the Adam Goodes backlash, Ugur Nedim explains what punishments could be enforced on those who express racist views in the future.
Ugur Nedim tells the story of Doug Williams, the ex-police officer and recent convict who helps people beat the lie detector and the system.
Ugur Nedim looks into the moral compunction behind the recent convictions of Nazi concentration camp workers.
Isha Karnik’s law degree has taught her how the power of emotive storytelling and cutting to the chase assists her in everyday work challenges.