Laura Tilt from the University of Oxford is with us for the next 2 weeks carrying out interviews for her study into the aftermath of wrongful conviction. If you know any exonerees, family members, friends , or professionals, who should take part in the study, get in touch.
The Telegraph of 11 September carried a shocking story exposing the failure of the criminal justice system in England and Wales to compensate victims of miscarriage of justice. The system in Scotland is scarcely better. Although the tests applied in Scotland are marginally less restrictive, both systems are founded in a piece of legislation, section […]
THOUSANDS OF INNOCENTS SPEND ANOTHER CHRISTMAS IN PRISON: In this season of goodwill spare a thought for the thousands of innocent people across the world who spend another Xmas in prison. Also the thousands of people who have been exonerated, whose lives have been destroyed and who have not received compensation. Say I’m Innocent continues […]
If your in London between 13 Nov to 18 Nov then we suggest you go along and check out an exhibition of work by Patrick Maguire. Out from the Darkness: Recent works by Patrick Maguire Private View: Wednesday 15 November, 6-9pm 13–18 November 2017 Opening at Cavespace in London on the 13 November, Out from the […]