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Investigating
Miscarriages
of Justice

Established in 2010, Inside Justice conducts
casework investigations on behalf of people
who claim they’ve been wrongly convicted

We provide free access to experts and lawyers
and identify and challenge systemic failings

Inside Justice is a registered charity led by Louise Shorter, former producer/director of BBC TV’s long-running miscarriage of justice investigative series Rough Justice. Our casework team is run on a lean overhead which harnesses the power of an army of expert volunteers.

We receive applications predominantly from prisoners or from their family and friends. We are also alerted to cases by lawyers who believe an innocent person may have been jailed but who can do no more due to Legal Aid funding cuts.

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Access to Help

View details on who we help,
and access
the
Inside Justice advice booklet

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About Us

Find out more about our
Expert Panel, our work
and
our supporters & collaborators

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We are solely funded through
the generous
donations of
charitable trusts and the public

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Why we need
your help

We believe everybody deserves justice.

When justice fails and someone is wrongly convicted it destroys lives and trust.

We do the work we do because a wrongful conviction leaves dangerous people at large to create more victims. This work is much needed but hard to fund. Please make a donation if you can.

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Latest News & Tweets

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(Posted on 13/02/20)

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(Posted on 10/01/20)

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(Posted on 11/12/19)

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