Criminal Justice Resources from QS Jordans

Tag: miscarriage of justice

Wrongfully Accused – The Justice Gap Debate – Manchester

On 27th June there will be a debate concerning the Wrongfully Accused and who should be responsible for investigating miscarriages of justice . This follows on from a similar debate in London and the recent publication of Wrongly accused: Who is responsible for investigating miscarriages of justice?, part of the JusticeGap series .  A number of Panelists will be present… Read More ›

Gogna Affidavit – Fresh Evidence

As a Result of our Paper on Fresh Evidence questions have been asked as to the nature and form af a “gogna” affidavit . The Affidavit or statement is a record of how fresh evidence has been obtained . It demonstrates to the Court what the Fresh evidence is , how it came to light… Read More ›

Ian Lawless – Challenge to Miscarriage of Justice Compensation

It is confirmed that the Hearing of Ian Lawless’s challenge to the miscarriage of justice compensation scheme refusal is fixed to be heard before the Administrative Court on 8th March 2012 at the Royal Courts of Justice . Mr Lawless had his conviction for murder quashed in June 2009 following the acceptance by the Court… Read More ›