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Inside Justice Manifesto for Reforming the UK Criminal Appeals System

(Posted on 25/06/24)

Our Manifesto for Reforming the UKCriminal Appeals System By prioritising these reforms, political leaderscan restore public confidence in the criminal justice system and ensure justiceis served. Cases like Andrew Malkinson's and the recently overturnedconvictions of postmasters and mistresses highlight the urgent need for change.Inside Justice, with its expertise in legal, forensic, and investigativefields, is committed to supporting these efforts... Read more...


Inside Justice launches groundbreaking new web portal

(Posted on 14/06/24)

Inside Justice is delighted to announce the launch of our groundbreaking new web portal to simplify access to our services for applicants and their families. Accessed via the IJ website, the portal allows users to report a miscarriage of justice and apply online for help from the charity.  Crucially, applicants can securely upload supporting case papers, which can be lost or damaged in transit.  The portal is secure and... Read more...


CCRC to retest rape and murder cases pre 2016

(Posted on 16/04/24)

In an article written by Emily Dugan and published in the Guardian on 15.4.24 it reveals that the CCRC intend to retest rape and murder cases from before 2016 where DNA was a factor in identification. Pending the outcome of the CCRC review by Chris Henley KC, this gives hope to many of our Inside Justice applicants that have long awaited testing to help in their case to prove their innocence.  The article is here: https://www.theguardian... Read more...


Mr Bates vs The Post Office

(Posted on 03/01/24)

ITV’s latest four-part series, 'Mr Bates vs The Post Office' explores the British Post Office scandal, which saw hundreds of sub postmasters falsely accused of theft, fraud and false accounting following an IT malfunction called Horizon. The drama explores the first financial discrepancies, the devastating impact of the scandal on the accused and their loved ones, and their fight for justice which was led by Alan Bates. A public... Read more...


Christmas Message from Inside Justice

Christmas Message from Inside Justice (Posted on 07/12/23)

Christmas can be a difficult time of year for people, especially those who are spending it in prison as a wrongly convicted person. This year, as always, our thoughts will be with our applicants and their families over the festive period.  We wish them all a peaceful Christmas.   Read more...


Thank You for Your Support

Thank You for Your Support (Posted on 01/12/23)

On behalf of everyone at Inside Justice we would like to say a big thank you to those who took the time to donate to our BBC Radio 4 Appeal. We have been overwhelmed by the support shown since the appeal was broadcast, which was voiced by actor and trustee, Tom Conti.  The funds raised will support our work to investigate miscarriages of justice and support our applicants and their families.  If you would like to donate to Inside... Read more...





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