law

immigration

How Will Trump Revise His Travel Ban to Make It Acceptable to the Courts?

An immigration law expert explains how the president could take another stab at limiting travel from certain countries.
Mike Pearl
2.13.17
Drugs

What to Do If Your Dealer Is Caught With Your Number in His Phone

I asked a lawyer specialised in drug offences in Sweden how to avoid getting into trouble.
VICE Staff
2.10.17
refugees

Where Will Refugees Suddenly Rejected by the US Go Now?

Trump's ban on refugees has governments and aid workers scrambling, and made some desperate situations worse.
Meredith Hoffman
2.1.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Sweden's Newest Law Hopes to Prevent the Spreading of Hepatitis C

A law proposal that aims to increase the number of needle exchange programmes in Sweden has been approved.
Caisa Ederyd
1.12.17
Stuff

The Pervert Who Changed America: How Larry Flynt Fought the Law and Won

Larry Flynt was a hardcore porn pioneer, a born-again Christian, an antagonist of the women's movement, and a First Amendment crusader. What will he leave behind?
Drew Millard
12.11.16
Ask A Lawyer

A Lawyer Explains What Kind of Trouble You Can Get in for Joking About Shooting Clinton or Trump

When does a Facebook rant or a slogan at a rally turn into a crime?
Jay Stephens
11.8.16
Stuff

Should Men Be Able to Opt Out of Fatherhood?

Weighing the pros and cons of a man's right to "financial abortion."
Zoë Lawton
11.6.16
News

The 14-Year-Old Who Grew Up in Prison

In 1979, Ricky Olds watched his friend kill a man, then himself got sentenced to life in prison. More than three decades later, the Supreme Court has given him a shot at freedom.
Marc Bookman
7.20.16
HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA

This Steampunk Rocker Is Campaigning to Regulate Synthetic Drugs

Hamilton Morris travels to New Zealand to meet musician and activist Matt Bowden, who's been fighting for drug reform in the country.
Hamilton Morris
7.15.16
News

When Cops Can Legally Shoot People in America

A law professor explains the sometimes tricky rules that govern when a police officer using lethal force is technically justified under the law.
Harry Cheadle
7.13.16
News

Julian Assange’s Former Teacher Wants to Tell Him, 'I Appreciate What You Did'

As the saga possibly comes to an end, we spoke to Melbourne University's Jerry Koliha who taught Assange mathematics back in 2006.
Julian Morgans
2.5.16
The VICE Guide to Making 2016 Better Than 2015

How to Make Sex Work Safer in 2016

Legalise sex work. And make clients wash their fucking dicks.
Paris Lees
1.11.16
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