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Applying for the CCRC to review a case
Anyone can apply if they believe they have been wrongly convicted of a criminal offence or wrongly sentenced in a criminal court in England, Wales, or Northern Ireland. Before you apply, we strongly recommend that you read about the CCRC’s application process. This will help you to understand how we work and how to make the best application possible.
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Topic: Board meeting

Q&A with the CCRC Board

The Criminal Cases Review Commission invited members of the public to ask questions following its third annual Open Board meeting on Tuesday 29 November 2022.

CCRC invites everyone to observe its 3rd annual Open Board meeting

Save the date – CCRC Open Board meeting 29 November 2022

Join our next Annual Board meeting on 30 November

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) is inviting members of the public to its second annual Open Board meeting on 30 November.

Successful first open CCRC Board meeting

CCRC held its first open Board meeting yesterday, Tuesday 24th November.

Open Board Meeting – 24th November 2020

We have decided to open our Board meetings to observers in the interests of transparency.