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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: Murder Conviction

Concerns over three police officers’ credibility sees 1980s murder case referred back to the courts

CCRC refers 1970s murder conviction to Northern Ireland Court of Appeal

Commission refers the murder conviction of Justin Plummer to the Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (‘CCRC’) has referred the 1998 murder conviction of Justin Plummer to the Court of Appeal.

Commission refers the murder and attempted murder convictions of Colin Norris to the Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the murder and attempted murder convictions of Colin Norris to the Court of Appeal.

Commission refers the murder convictions of Robert and Lee Firkins to the Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the murder convictions of Robert and Lee Firkins to the Court of Appeal.

Commission refers the 2012 murder conviction of C. Hunnisett to the Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred for appeal the 2012 murder conviction of C. Hunnisett.

Commission refers the murder conviction of Adrian Jones to the Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the murder conviction of Adrian Jones to the Court of Appeal.