Investigating Alleged Miscarriages of Justice
Since we were founded in 2010 Inside Justice has always punched above its weight delivering casework investigations, providing free access to experts and highlighting individual and systemic failings. Our casework empowers individuals convicted of a crime they say they did not commit but our vision is to deliver justice by working with statutory partners to achieve a fair and transparent criminal justice system for all.
Twitter feedback on BBC Conviction Series
Louise Shorter once more not shy of asking difficult & awkward questions. Really important to those investigating Miscarriages of Justice. Sometimes you need to ask questions that might not give you the answer that you would like.
What a truly compelling programme. You just cannot take your eyes off the screen - more please and soon
Once again Conviction has proved to be a masterful piece of television. A compelling case expertly investigated by Louise Shorter. Definitely a must watch! #MurderInSuburbia
It’s been a joy to see the the work of @insidejusticeUK on #BBC2 this week. Louise Shorter and her team are a cracking example of brilliant women leading the way and making a difference. #conviction2
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(Posted on 06/11/19)
A posthumous appeal against Gordon Park’s 2005 conviction for his wife’s murder has been heard at the Court of Appeal after his son Jeremy brought the case to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC). Henry Blaxland QC, for the CCRC, told the court on Tuesday that the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) did not disclose evidence undermining the credibility of a key witness to whom the school teacher allegedly confessed in prison. ... Read more...
(Posted on 04/09/19)
Ministry of Justice figures show the number of people being prosecuted or handed out-of-court warnings or fines has fallen to its lowest level since records began, whilst recorded crime continues to rise. Between April 2018 and March 2019, 1.59 million people were formally dealt with by the criminal justice system in England and Wales, representing a 2% fall of on the previous period. The number of serious crimes dealt with... Read more...
By Jon Robins on 29/07/19
The miscarriage of justice watchdog referred just 13 cases back to the Court of Appeal last year, representing the second lowest number of referrals in its 22 year history. Over the first two decades the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) sent 33 cases a year on average back to the Appeal judges however the number referrals collapsed with just a dozen in 2017 and still has not recovered. Read more...
Inside Justice took up our son’s Miscarriage of Justice case and have worked tirelessly to get the case to appeal.
We would have been lost without the time, effort and support of their team. We really cannot thank them enough.