• Abandoned rape case blamed on police and CPS failings
  • Disclosure failures are the inevitable consequence of an underfunded and overworked system
  • The need to hold 'high risk' G4S to account
  • Our government doesn't care about the victims and survivors of terrorism
  • Bail cannot be imposed on migrants if their detention is unlawful, rules Supreme Court
  • The CCRC needs to change its culture & stop being so defensive
  • Handing all unused material to the defence won’t work, says police chief
  • Carillion prison staff had no mandatory suicide prevention training
  • CCRC promises 'greater transparency and openness' with launch of new public engagement initiative
  • MPs consider calls for greater transparency for parole board hearings
  • Victims of black cab rapist welcome ruling allowing challenge to release
  • Home Office discriminated against mentally ill detainee in breach of duty to make reasonable adjustments
  • Lauri Love wins extradition appeal
  • Brexit, Trump, and the human rights fallacy
  • Now we have finally woken up to the reality of disclosure failures, what next?
  • 'We are witnessing a global deterioration in fundamental aspects of the rule of law'
  • Liam Allen accuses police of cherry-picking evidence
  • 'I hate to say I told you so but...'
  • Joint enterprise: ‘one of the biggest miscarriages of justice ever to face our justice system’
  • One in three people facing legal problems in the UK report suffering health issues as a result
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