Posts tagged with  " appeals and appeal court "

Cardiff Law School become first Innocence Project to succeed following referral of case to CCRC

December 10, 2014:

In 2012, Cardiff became the first university innocence project in the UK to successfully have a case referred to the Court of Appeal after submission to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC). Today, after almost ten years of investigative work by students and academics on dozens of cases in innocence projects in more than twenty […]

Respected Headteacher cleared by a jury of sexual assault on pupil in just 11 minutes.

November 15, 2014:

James Bird, 53, was arrested at his desk and subjected to an 11-month court ordeal over the claims, dating back more than a decade old, that he abused a pupil.The church-goer, who now works at another school, was even prevented from being alone with his 13-year-old daughter in that time.

Media Release: Chris Saltrese responds to DPP's proposals to review sexual offences programme.

March 12, 2013:

The Following media release has been issued by Chris Saltrese, a solicitor specialising in defending allegations of sexual abuse . MEDIA RELEASE CHRIS SALTRESE RESPONSE TO THE DPP’S PROPOSALS TO REVIEW SEXUAL OFFENCE PROSECUTIONS “Case building’ risks case manufacture in historic child abuse” warns defence solicitor. Responding to the DPPs proposals to increase prosecutions for alleged […]

Court of appeal quashes convictions of five men for murder

January 10, 2013:

This is an extract of an item which appears on the Guardian website on 8th Jan 2013 The court of appeal has quashed the murder convictions of five men convicted of a gangland killing after hearing of failures to reveal potentially crucial evidence to the defence. The five men were serving life sentences totalling a minimum of […]

Keran Henderson appeal is dismissed

June 17, 2010:

The Court of Appeal has today (17 June) dismissed the appeal against conviction of Keran Henderson who was convicted of the manslaughter of 11 month-old Maeve Sheppard on13 November 2007. CPS Thames and Chiltern Complex Casework Unit Head, Adrian Roberts, said: ‘The charges against Keran Henderson were not brought lightly and we considered a vast […]

Supreme Court rebalances law on enhanced CRB disclosures

November 3, 2009:

Liberty have issued the following Press release following the UK’s Supreme Court’s (formerly the House of Lords) decision in a case concerning CRB issues. The Press release states: Today the Supreme Court ruled that much greater consideration of the private lives of job applicants is required when enhanced CRB checks are made. In addition, in […]

Court of Appeal ruling on what is reasonable punishment for children (update)

August 13, 2009:

Family Law Newswatch provided by Jordan’s solicitors have provided an update on the Court of Appeal ruling on what is reasonable punishment for children see here CARE:    Re MA (Care: Threshold) [2009] EWCA Civ 853 (Court of Appeal; Ward, Wilson and Hallett LJJ; 31 July 2009) The parents both came from Pakistan. They arrived in England, claiming […]

Court of Appeal widens rights to equal pay compensation

April 18, 2009:

 Workers who are employed under an unbroken succession of contracts can now claim equal pay compensation for that string of contracts and not just the latest one, the Court of Appeal has ruled. Those claims could previously only be made in relation to a series of short contracts with breaks in between them. The Court […]

Expert witnesses, suspect science and dead babies

June 27, 2005:

Expert witnesses, suspect science and dead babiesWhy have women been wrongly convicted of killing their children? Dr James Le Fanu points the finger at medical experts. Below, Dr Michael Fitzpatrick responds. by Dr James Le Fanu’Please, if there is any way you could help with our situation, by yourself or anyone you know, could you […]

‘It’s a life sentence with no reprieve’

April 20, 2005:

Cassandra Jardine meets parents whose children have been taken from them and asks if Britain’s closed adoption system will ever change The Carters’ living room in south London is covered with pictures of their four children. Will and Michelle (not their real names, because family court rules prevent them being identified) yearn to live as […]

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