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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: Stockwell Six

CCRC referral sees another ‘Stockwell Six’ conviction quashed

CCRC refers fourth “Stockwell Six” conviction to Court of Appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (“CCRC”) has today referred Mr Texo Johnson’s 1972 conviction for assault with intent to rob to the Court of Appeal.

CCRC ‘delighted’ that member of the ‘Stockwell Six’ found following appeal

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) has managed to trace a missing member of ‘The Stockwell Six’ after launching a recent appeal to find two more men they believe were also wrongly convicted.

Commission refers the case of Cleveland Davidson to the Court of Appeal – a third member of the Stockwell Six

The CCRC has referred for appeal the 1972 attempted robbery conviction of Mr Cleveland Davidson.

Commission refers the convictions of Courtney Harriott and Paul Green – two members of the Stockwell Six

The CCRC has referred for appeal the convictions of two members of the “Stockwell Six” who were tried together in 1972 on the evidence of a now discredited police officer.