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.
(Posted on 22/07/16)
CCRC rejects Eddie Gilfoyle appeal The Wirral man’s conviction, for the 1992 murder of his pregnant wife Paula, will not be referred to the Court of Appeal, the Liverpool Echo reported this week. After more than five years’ deliberation, the Criminal Cases Review Commission refused to further pursue his claim that he did not make her death look like a hanging suicide in their garage in Upton. Gilfoyle spent 18 years... Read more...
By Louise Shorter on 27/05/16
Support for recently disbarred neuropathologist Dr Waney Squier continues: the satirical magazine Private Eye reporting of latest events; a forthcoming seminar including speakers Clive Stafford-Smith and Michael Mansfield QC and letters from the Chair of the Tribunal who seems singularly unable to answer a straightforward question. Read more...
This BBC Panorama programme was the second collaboration between Inside Justice’s Louise Shorter and journalist Mark Daly of BBC Scotland about a nurse found guilty of murdering elderly patients. Panorama: The Innocent Serial Killer presented new evidence to cast doubt on Colin Norris’ 2008 conviction. Experts discussed the possibility that all five women suffered low blood sugar due to natural causes, and a juror from the original trial described... Read more...
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