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In the last three years, more than 100 miscarriages of justice have been quashed following CCRC referrals
The first step in challenging a conviction or sentence is typically applying directly to the Appeal Courts. If that has been unsuccessful (or if you pleaded guilty in a Magistrates' Court), you can apply for a CCRC review of your case.
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Topic: Asylum and Immigration

CCRC refers “no passport” conviction to the Crown Court

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (“CCRC”) has referred the conviction of Ms G to the Crown Court.

Commission refers the convictions of Mr F to the Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (‘CCRC’) has today referred Mr F’s convictions for murder, wounding with intent and attempting to wound with intent to the Court of Appeal.

Commission refers the conviction of E to the Crown Court

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the conviction of E to the Crown Court.

Commission refers the case of D for appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the case of D for appeal.

Commission refers the conviction of human trafficking victim T to the appeal court

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred for appeal the cannabis production conviction of a Vietnamese woman who was trafficked into the UK and twice trafficked within it.

Commission refers the human trafficking case of Ms A to the Crown Court

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the conviction of Ms A to the Crown Court in light of a change in law and fresh evidence that she is a victim of human trafficking both into and within the UK, and that it was not in the public interest to prosecute her.

Commission refers the conviction of Mr L to the Crown Court

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred conviction of Mr L to the Crown Court

Commission refers the case of Miss S to the Crown Court

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the case of Miss S to the Crown Court.

Commission refers conviction of Mr C for appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the case of RC to the Crown Court.

Commission refers the case of Ms E to the Crown Court

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the case of SE to the Crown Court.