The Criminal Cases Review Commission

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Description "This book focuses on the world's first publicly-funded body- the Criminal Cases Review Commission- to review alleged miscarriages of justice, set up following notorious cases such as the Birmingham Six in the UK. Providing a critique of its operations, the book shows that its help to innocent victims of wrongful conviction is merely incidental"--Provided by publisher.
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Subjects Great Britain. -- Criminal Cases Review Commission
Appellate procedure -- Great Britain
Judicial review -- Great Britain
Judicial error -- Great Britain
Criminal procedure -- Great Britain
Subtitle hope for the innocent?
Table Of Contents Machine generated contents note: Introduction
M.Naughton * PART I: SETTING THE SCENE * The Importance of Innocence for the Criminal Justice System
M.Naughton * PART II: VOLUNTARY SECTOR PERSPECTIVES* Some General Thoughts on the CCRC From on the Ground
H.Kierle * The CCRC's Failure to Investigate Evidence Unused at Trial to Make Good the Deficiencies of Defence Lawyers
A.Green* The CCRCs Failure to Live Up to its Stated Values?: The Case of Michael Attwooll and John Roden
D.Eady * The Failure of the CCRCs Review of the Possible Wrongful Convictions Caused by Michael Heath
S.Sekar * PART III: PRACTITIONER PERSPECTIVES * Historical Abuse Cases: Why They Expose the Inadequacy of the Real Possibility Test
M.Newby * Only the Freshest Will Do
C.Malone * The CCRC and Applicant Solicitors: Friends or Foes?
G.Maddocks &
G.Tan * The Inadequacy of the Funding for Applications to the CCRC
S.Bird * PART IV: ACADEMIC PERSPECTIVES * The CCRC After 10 Years: An Investment in Justice?; R.Nobles &
D.Schiff * Real Possibility or Fat Chance?
K.Kerrigan * Press and Release: UK News Coverage of the CCRC Since 1996; P.Mason * The CCRC as an Option for Canada: Forwards or Backwards?
C.Walker & K.Campbell * The CCRC As Seen From the United States
R.Schehr * PART V: CONCLUSION * Conclusion
M.Naughton * References * Index Introduction
M.Naughton * PART I: SETTING THE SCENE * The Importance of Innocence for the Criminal Justice System
M.Naughton * PART II: VOLUNTARY SECTOR PERSPECTIVES* Some General Thoughts on the CCRC From on the Ground
H.Kierle * The CCRC's Failure to Investigate Evidence Unused at Trial to Make Good the Deficiencies of Defence Lawyers
A.Green* The CCRCs Failure to Live Up to its Stated Values?: The Case of Michael Attwooll and John Roden
D.Eady * The Failure of the CCRCs Review of the Possible Wrongful Convictions Caused by Michael Heath
S.Sekar * PART III: PRACTITIONER PERSPECTIVES * Historical Abuse Cases: Why They Expose the Inadequacy of the Real Possibility Test
M.Newby * Only the Freshest Will Do
C.Malone * The CCRC and Applicant Solicitors: Friends or Foes?
G.Maddocks &
G.Tan * The Inadequacy of the Funding for Applications to the CCRC
S.Bird * PART IV: ACADEMIC PERSPECTIVES * The CCRC After 10 Years: An Investment in Justice?; R.Nobles &
D.Schiff * Real Possibility or Fat Chance?
K.Kerrigan * Press and Release: UK News Coverage of the CCRC Since 1996; P.Mason * The CCRC as an Option for Canada: Forwards or Backwards?
C.Walker & K.Campbell * The CCRC As Seen From the United States
R.Schehr * PART V: CONCLUSION * Conclusion
M.Naughton * References * Index .
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The Criminal Cases Review Commission
Authors M. Naughton
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Categories Social Science
Content Version preview-1.0.0
Description This book focuses on the world's first publicly-funded body- the Criminal Cases Review Commission- to review alleged miscarriages of justice, set up following notorious cases such as the Birmingham Six in the UK. Providing a critique of its operations, the book shows that its help to innocent victims of wrongful conviction is merely incidental.
Language en
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Page Count 247
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Published Date 2009-10-29
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle Hope for the Innocent?
Title The Criminal Cases Review Commission
ISBN_100230219381
ISBN_139780230219380

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