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CCRC referral sees another ‘Stockwell Six’ conviction quashed

Letter to the Editor of the Sunday Times

Commission refers its 750th case for appeal – the sexual assault conviction of Ahmed Mohammed referred following a hit on the National DNA Database

The Criminal Cases Review Commission has referred the sexual assault conviction of Ahmed Mohammed.

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 “no passport” conviction to the Crown Court

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (“CCRC”) has referred the conviction of Ms G to the Crown Court.

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.

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.

CCRC in urgent appeal to find ‘Stockwell Six’ pair wrongly convicted after three more convictions quashed

Today, three more men finally had their names cleared as the Court of Appeal quashed their convictions after they were jailed nearly 50 years ago on the word of a detective with the British Transport Police who was later found to be corrupt.

CCRC in urgent appeal to find ‘Stockwell Six’ pair wrongly convicted after three more convictions quashed

Today, three more men finally had their names cleared as the Court of Appeal quashed their convictions after they were jailed nearly 50 years ago on the word of a detective with the British Transport Police who was later found to be corrupt.

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