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Topic: Post Office

Post Office workers offered support on challenging Horizon convictions after 64th case is referred back to the courts 

Post Office Horizon referral is 64th case referred back to Crown Court by CCRC

Fraud conviction overturned after latest CCRC Post Office referral

A former post office worker has had her conviction of fraud by abuse of position overturned following a referral by the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC).

Husband’s application is latest Horizon case sent for appeal

CCRC refers 60th Post Office case for Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred its 60th Post Office case to the appeal courts.

More potential Post Office applicants to hear from CCRC

The CCRC is writing to a further 88 potential Post Office applicants with details of how to apply to have their convictions reviewed

CCRC offers help to potential Post Office applicants

CCRC welcomes proposal to contact subpostmasters direct

The CCRC has today welcomed a proposal from the Post Office for the CCRC to directly contact those subpostmasters and subpostmistresses convicted as part of the Horizon IT system failings.

CCRC appeals for more Post Office applicants to come forward

As the independent public inquiry begins into the failings of the Post Office Horizon IT system, the CCRC is urging any former subpostmasters and submistresses who believe they were wrongfully convicted to come forward.

CCRC refers six more Post Office cases

Six further ‘Post Office’ cases have been referred by the CCRC. The cases of Mohammed Aslam, Amanda Barber, Norman Barber, Anthony Gant, Balbir Grewal and David Hughes, will be heard at Southwark Crown Court at a date yet to be confirmed.

CCRC refers four more Post Office Horizon cases

Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the cases of a further four former Post Office workers for appeal.