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Inside Justice is on Netflix

Inside Justice is on Netflix (Posted on 26/10/23)

Major streaming platform service Netflix has added our documentary series, 'Conviction' to its site.  Murder at the Station follows the incredible story of Roger Kearney who came to Inside Justice after he was convicted of murder in 2011.   In the series Inside Justice Founder and investigative journalist, Louise Shorter takes the audience through the many twists and turns this case as she searches for answers.  If you've... Read more...


Criminal Trials Collapsing Due to Loss of Evidence

Criminal Trials Collapsing Due to Loss of Evidence(Posted on 16/10/23)

More than 20,000 trials collapsed as a result of evidence going missing in less than three years including more than 40 murder cases, according to data contained in a new study.  In a new article for the International Journal of Police Science & Management, Professor Carole McCartney, an academic at Leicester University and a member of the Westminster Commission on Forensic Science, along with Inside Justice Founder and investigative... Read more...


Nora Smashed It!

Nora Smashed It! (Posted on 22/09/23)

A huge congratulations to our colleague Nora Holford who has completed an incredible challenge of running five marathons in five days across Kenya.  Nora raised an amazing total of £1,595 for Inside Justice.  Speaking after the ultra marathon, Nora said: "What a phenomenal experience!  "Completing a marathon a day for five days is not an easy undertaking and doing this at altitude with significant ascent and descent... Read more...


Louise Shorter Appearance at Leeds Festival of Ideas

Louise Shorter Appearance at Leeds Festival of Ideas (Posted on 14/09/23)

Inside Justice founder and investigative journalist Louise Shorter will be appearing at the Leeds Festival of Ideas later this month.  Louise will host a panel of other criminal justice experts such as Mark Williams-Thomas and Dr Coltan Scrivner as well as Richard McCann and actor, Gemma Whelan.  The panel will explore our nation’s morbid curiosity, asking why our collective fascination with true crime productions is driving ratings... Read more...


BBC Expert Witness Programme features IJ case

BBC Expert Witness Programme features IJ case(Posted on 25/08/23)

A new BBC Expert Witness programme gives viewers a never-before seen look into the forensic evidence which helped overturn the wrongful convictions of Patryk Pachecka and Grzegorz Szal.  Both men had been found guilty of a murder they did not commit in London, 2017. Siobhan Grey KC, Libertas Chambers, came to Inside Justice for help and through our charity, found Jo Millington (pictured) - an Advisory Panel member and blood pattern analyst... Read more...


Living costs deduction scrapped for wrongly convicted

Living costs deduction scrapped for wrongly convicted(Posted on 06/08/23)

Living costs deduction are to be scrapped for those who are wrongly convicted. It was confirmed today by Justice Secretary Alex Chalk that the rule would be scrapped, calling it a "common sense change which will ensure victims do not face paying twice for crimes they did not commit". He told the BBC: "Fairness is a core pillar of our justice system and it is not right that victims of devastating miscarriages of justice can have deductions... Read more...





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