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Wrongly Accused - A miscarriage of Justice

Updated: Feb 7, 2022

We think about miscarriages of justice as a rare occurrence, but with the increasing number of these cases receiving prominent coverage, it has come to our attention that this is simply not the case.

Michael Naughton, The Guardian, writes "The Lord Chancellor's Department's statistics on successful appeals against criminal conviction show that in the decade 1989-1999 the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) abated over 8,470 criminal convictions - a yearly average of 770. In addition, there