Urgent action is needed to reduce the backlog of cases in the criminal courts in Wales, experts have warned.
Law Society members say the system was on its knees before Covid-19, but the pandemic has brought added challenges.
Now the former Lord Chief Justice of Wales, Lord Thomas, says the only way to find extra cash for an underfunded system is to devolve powers to Wales.
The Ministry of Justice said it had prioritised urgent cases and invested millions in technology. Read all about it at BBC News Wales