The claimant renewed his application for permission to challenge the failure of the DPP to permit access to CCTV footage introduced at his criminal trial or to the forensic file in those proceedings. This raised the pivotal issue of the… Read More ›
Judgment will be handed down tomorrow in the Miscarriage of Justice Compensation Cases . We will issue a statement as soon as the Courts decision is released . We can make no comment until then . https://www.supremecourt.uk/news/future-judgments.html
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 re-evaluated You know that things may be getting… Read More ›
As published on The Justice Gap – http://thejusticegap.com/2014/02/winners/ When the former director of public prosecutions Keir Starmer introduced new guidelines to the prosecution of sexual offences, he made much of an assertion that “the pendulum” had swung too far in favour… Read More ›
The Video of my address to the INUK Conference is now available on line . This deals with Fresh Evidence , How to get it into the Court of Appeal and the practical approach to be taken .
Fresh Enquiry Exposes Failings Over 14 years ago Victor Nealon was convicted of the attempted rape of a complainant , the crown relying on identification evidence and ostensibly linking the appellant to being a man with a… Read More ›