Inside Justice Investigative Unit for Alleged Miscarriages of Justice
Inside Justice was launched in July 2010 to investigate alleged miscarriages of justice. We assist those in prison in England, Wales and Scotland who are protesting their innocence by reinvestigating their cases. We can assess trial evidence, revisit witnesses, identify and commission new forensic work and trawl through unused material in order to find that elusive piece of evidence to get the case back to the Court of Appeal. Inside Justice is a division of the national newspaper for prisoners Inside Time.
Inside Justice works with the media to promote accurate reporting of the issues around miscarriages of justice. We act as Consultants to media outlets and freelancers on an ad-hoc basis and will undertake interviews on this subject and produce TV documentaries, reports and written articles on this genre.
By Hannah Wilson, development associate at Women’s Link Worldwide on 17/10/16
The government plan for the future of forensic science in England and Wales has been branded ‘vague, incomplete and lacking in vision’ by MPs. The Forensic Science Strategy, which was published in March this year after claims that standards in forensic science were slipping, lays out the intention of the Government to set up a new system to oversee how the criminal justice system deals with forensic samples from crime scenes, victims and suspects.
This article was first published on thejusticegap.com and is reproduced with their kind permission. Read more...
(Posted on 17/10/16)
[Posted on wrongfulconvictionsblog.org, October 11, 2016 by Carole McCartney] A man who spent six years in prison has successfully sued the England and Wales Crown Prosecution Service after their failure to disclose police surveillance tapes that proved his innocence. Wrongly convicted of perverting the course of justice in 2007 (after 2 failed trials), Conrad Jones was freed in 2014 when he won an appeal. He was on trial for bribing a witness... Read more...
BBC Two series follows the work of criminal and forensic experts in Conviction: Murder at the StationBy Raw TV on 17/09/16
Conviction: Murder at the Station is a new two-part series from James Newton, director of Bafta-nominated The Detectives.
It’s a compelling look into real life crime, through the eyes of Inside Justice.
It will air on BBC Two on Wednesday 21st September and Wednesday 28th September, at 9pm. Read more...
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Inside Justice is a division of the not-for-profit newspaper for prisoners Inside Time
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.