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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: Sentence

Concern about prison sentence referred to Court of Appeal

CCRC refers the sentence of Gavin Trendell to the Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (‘CCRC’) has referred to the Court of Appeal the sentence which Mr Trendell received for causing grievous bodily harm with intent and false imprisonment.

Commission refers the sentence of Amin Kaveh to the Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the prison sentence of Amin Kaveh to the Court of Appeal.