Investigations and stories about pardons, access to justice, its independence -or lack of it-, and the most relevant judicial decisions.
The suicide rate among people in pretrial detention is double that of convicted prisoners
In Europe there were 17.5 suicides per 10,000 people in pretrial detention, while the proportion was 8.54 deaths in the rest of the prison population.
One in five people in EU prisons are in pretrial detention
People waiting for a final sentence often suffer worse conditions than convicted prisoners, even if they're innocent.
Pardons vs. Convictions
Perversion of justice, embezzlement and crimes against the environment: the most frequently pardoned crimes.
Your right to know
Catalonia has starred in one out of every three constitutional clashes between the State and autonomous communities since 2004
Constitutional challenges and conflicts of competence soared during Mariano Rajoy's first administration. Zapatero contested 4 Catalan laws; Rajoy, to June 2017, 36.