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Topic: Convictions Quashed

Anti-Apartheid protesters’ historic convictions overturned by Crown Court

Vietnamese trafficking victim’s conviction overturned after first CCRC referral under anti-slavery law

CCRC Annual Report: More than one miscarriage of justice overturned every week this year

Conviction overturned following CCRC referral due to concerns about witness

CCRC in urgent appeal to find ‘Stockwell Six’ pair wrongly convicted after three more convictions quashed

Today, three more men finally had their names cleared as the Court of Appeal quashed their convictions after they were jailed nearly 50 years ago on the word of a detective with the British Transport Police who was later found to be corrupt.

Two more Post Office convictions quashed bringing the total to 47

The convictions of two further ‘Post Office’ applicants, Mrs Adedayo and Mr Kalia, have today been quashed at Southwark Crown Court.

39 Convictions Quashed in Post Office Cases

The Court of Appeal has today (Friday 23 April) quashed the convictions in 39 Post Office cases after they were referred for appeal by the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC).

CCRC Statement on the Court of Appeal’s decision to quash the convictions of Winston Trew, Sterling Christie and George Griffiths

The Court of Appeal has today quashed the convictions of Winston Trew, Sterling Christie and George Griffiths following a referral for appeal by the Criminal Cases Review Commission on the basis of police misconduct.