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Inside Justice launches powerful new film

(Posted on 15/11/20)

Inside Justice launches powerful new film

Inside Justice has published a powerful new short film this week which gives a fascinating insight into us and our work. 

Our small team of caseworkers receive applications from prisoners who claim they are innocent but have no legal, expert or investigative support. We are also alerted to cases by lawyers who believe an innocent person may have been jailed but can do no more due to Legal Aid funding cuts.

All of our clients say the same thing; 'I never imagined that in this country I could be wrongly convicted.' (Tom Conti, Inside Justice Trustee and Advisory Panel member)

While we spend the majority of our time working with those who have been wrongly convicted, we also carry out policy work and collaborate with universities providing tuition related to live cases. We believe our work is vital in creating a fairer and more transparent justice system for all. 

Please take a few minutes to watch the film.  

As a small charity we rely heavily on donations and grants as well as the pro bono work our advisory panel provides. If you would like to get involved with the charity or donate please do. 

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