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England: Wrongfully convicted men take fight for compensation to European Court of Human Rights

Two men who were wrongfully convicted and served long sentences before being freed are taking their fight for compensation to the European Court of Human Rights, The Times reports.

Published 10 July 2019

UK government ignoring miscarriage of justice victims, claims campaigner

UK government talks on how to deal with problems of evidence disclosure have excluded victims of miscarriages of justice, according to a campaigner.

Published 27 June 2019

Cinema adverts to highlight impact of budget cuts on criminal justice

The impact of budget cuts on the criminal justice system in England and Wales is set to be highlighted in cinemas across the UK in a new advert for The Secret Barrister's book.

Published 4 April 2019