Miscariage of Justice

The Lord Chancellor’s Department’s statistics show that since 1985 there have been over 85,000 miscarriages of justice, as evidenced by successful appeals against criminal conviction.

CCRC Criminal Case Review Commission. Official organisation for clearing up miscarriages of justice in Britain. Click Here

European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg How to apply to the Court List of judgements. Click Here

Forensic Panel American site, updated throughout the week. Its database features hundreds of articles and other original content on forensic behavioral sciences, DNA, toxicology, and pathology. Click Here

INUK Innocence Network UK. Pioneering Conference (Sept. 2-3 2004) at Bristol University to establish an Innocence Network UK (INUK) to fight miscarriages of justice. Click Here

The National Federation of Miscarriage of Justice Campaign and Support Organisations National network with monthly meetings in Liverpool. PO BOX 51 Upton Wirral Merseyside CH49 2WA Email: MAI5@lineone.net. Click Here

MOJUK Miscarriage of Justice UK. Collects and supports the various campaigns to free unjustly convicted prisoners. Click Here

“Miscarriages of Justice” Chapters online of a 1999 book by Clive Walker (Professor of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Leeds) and Keir Starmer (Barrister, Doughty St Chambers). Click Here

Tough Justice Information hub of cases of miscarriage of justice UK. Tom Sargent Memorial Lectures. Click Here

Prison Service UK HM Prison Service Website of the Prison Service, includes information and addresses for all prisons in England and Wales. Click Here

Tough Justice Information hub of cases of miscarriage of justice UK. Tom Sargent Memorial Lectures. Click Here

Truth in Justice USA Educational non-profit organized to educate the public regarding the vulnerabilities in the U. S. criminal justice system that make the criminal conviction of wholly innocent persons possible. Click Here

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