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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: Oval Four

The CCRC refers for appeal the conviction of the fourth and final member of the Oval Four

The CCRC has referred the 1972 theft and police assault conviction of Omar Boucher to the Court of Appeal on the basis of police misconduct.

Commission refers the case of George Griffiths – a third Oval Four conviction

The CCRC has referred the conviction of George Griffiths to the Court of Appeal.

Commission refers the convictions of Winston Trew and Sterling Christie on the basis of police misconduct

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred convictions of Winston Trew and Sterling Christie to the Court of Appeal.