We also believe that historical abuse cases are an area ripe for such miscarriages and write extensively on this issue as well as defend many such cases. We have for some years been connected to concerns over the failure to compensate the wrongfully convicted.
What all these things have in common is that they demonstrate an imbalance in how we treat those wrongfully accused or convicted, something which requires urgent attention.
A defendant had applied to appeal the grounds were considered by the single judge who refused permission. He was wrongly advised by his solicitors that if he wished to proceed with an…Read More
This case involved a re-trial in relation to murder and wounding with intent . It is unecessary dwell too much on the facts but there arose an issue whether the ABE of…Read More
The case related to a false impression given by a Defendant and whether the prosecution were entitled to call evidence to correct it . The prosecution alleged conspiracy to sell prohibited weapons…Read More
Mark Newby writes for The Justice Gap on the recent announcement of the Bernard Hogan Howe Metropolitan Commissioner that the approach to investigating Historical Allegations currently being taken may need to be…Read More