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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: Referrals

Sentence reduced as remand time not deducted  

Financial trader’s conviction referred to Court of Appeal   

Five more ex Post Office workers have convictions set aside

Convicted ex Post Office workers urged to apply for a free case review

Psychiatric assessments form basis of CCRC referral

Two referrals follow tenacious investigation into potential racially motivated miscarriage of justice

TWO men who died with convictions that might be unsafe have had their cases referred back to the courts thanks to a persistent pro-active investigation by the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC).

Blog: Why all Post Office convictions cannot be referred at once

Complexities of Post Office Horizon referrals set out as more convictions sent for appeal

Financial trader’s convictions referred following complex review 

Referral to Court of Appeal as time on remand was not taken off extradited man’s sentence