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The Criminal Cases Review Commission

Michael Naughton

The Criminal Cases Review Commission

hope for the innocent?

by Michael Naughton

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-239) and index.

Statementedited by Michael Naughton ; [forewords by Michael Mansfield and Michael Zander]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKD8420 .C75 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 247 p. ;
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24574888M
ISBN 100230219381
ISBN 109780230219380
LC Control Number2009043520
OCLC/WorldCa308173608

  Glassdoor gives you an inside look at what it's like to work at Criminal Cases Review Commission, including salaries, reviews, office photos, and more. This is the Criminal Cases Review Commission company profile. All content is posted anonymously by employees working at Criminal Cases Review Commission.1/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: The Commision's origins and powers --The meaning of safety --The approach to fresh evidence (1) --pendleton and after --The approach to fresh evidence (2) --expert evidence --The approach to fresh evidence (3) --further considerations --Modern standards of fairness --Changes in the law --Homicide.

The primary formal remedy in the UK now is the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), created in to provide a more systemic review of possible miscarriages of justice. There is no discussion, however, of how such cases were handled by the criminal justice system prior to creation of the CCRC, or why that earlier process was inadequate. Criminal Cases Review Commission: an investigative body for England and Wales with power to review alleged miscarriages of justice. It cannot itself quash convictions but may remit cases to the court of appeal. There is a Scottish equivalent - the SCOTTISH CRIMINAL CASES REVIEW COMMISSION.

  Cite this entry as: () Criminal Cases Review Commission. In: Bruinsma G., Weisburd D. (eds) Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. In this year’s second All Souls Lecture, Professor Hoyle presented her and Dr Mai Sato’s book on their research conducted into applications to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), which has been published by Oxford University Press in January Reasons to Doubt: Wrongful Convictions and the Criminal Cases Review Commission.


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Providing a critique of its operations, the book shows that its help to innocent victims of wrongful conviction is merely incidental.

The Criminal Case Review Commission Carolyn Hoyle and Mai Sato Oxford Monographs on Criminal Law and Justice. As the first in-depth empirical study of decision-making within the Criminal Cases Review Commission, this monograph reveals what happens to applications for post-conviction review when those in England and Wales who consider themselves to have been wrongfully convicted, and.

Naughton, M. () The Innocent and the Criminal Justice System. (Palgrave Macmillan) Click here for information on the book. Naughton, M. () ‘The Criminal Cases Review Commission: Innocence versus safety and the integrity of the criminal justice system’. Criminal Law Quarterly. Click here for the article.

The Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) is the statutory body responsible for investigating alleged miscarriages of justice in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

It was established by Section 8 of the Criminal Appeal Act of and began work on 31 March The Commission is the only body in its area of jurisdiction with the power to send a case back to an appeals court if it Headquarters: Birmingham.

The Criminal Cases Review Commission is the independent organisation set up to investigate suspected miscarriages of justice from magistrates courts, the Crown Court in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and the Court Martial and Service Civilian Court.

It is to be hoped that the Criminal Case Review Commission refers Ward's conviction to the court of appeal. For those who have a prior interest in Author: Richard Davenport-Hines. The Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) has, sincetaken over the role formerly executed by C3, a small staff of civil servants working within the Home Office, of identifying convictions to be referred to the Court of Appeal, Criminal Division (CACD), for a review of their safety.

1 In carrying out this role, the CCRC has been the subject of considerable scrutiny and often criticism Author: Richard Nobles. This article examines the work of the Criminal Cases Review Commission since its inauguration in April It considers how the Commission is carrying out its functions, and how those cases it.

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The Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) is an independent public body that reviews possible miscarriages of justice in the criminal courts of England, Wales and Northern Ireland and refers.

(Ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan () pp.£hb ISBN ‐0‐‐‐0 This collection of papers examining the work or role of the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) comprises a total of 17 contributions by academics, legal practitioners, campaign officers and journalists whose separate contributions come together to provide a critique of the : Claire Mcgourlay, Georgina Quinton Smith.

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Criminal Cases Review Commission 2nd June Reporting on its inquiry into the Criminal Cases Review Commission, the House of Commons Justice Select Committee has recommended that the Law Commission review the Court of Appeal’s grounds for allowing appeals.

Criminal Cases Review Commission, 5 St Philip’s Place, Birmingham B3 2PW. Print ISBN Web ISBN ID 07/17 Printed on paper containing 75% recycled fibre content minimum. Printed in the UK by the Williams Lea Group on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Size: 2MB.

CRIMINAL CASES REVIEW COMMISSION Background Our long term referral rate (average from to current) is around %. In /11, concerns started to develop within the organisation about the referral rate for that year, which wwas %.

We reported in our Annual Report: “Referral numbers for /11 are low, but there are a number of. 8 Criminal Cases Review Commission - Annual Report and Accounts - Section One Management Commentary Directors’ Report History The Commission was established on 1 January by the Criminal Appeal Act (hereafter referred to as ‘the Act’).

The Criminal Cases Review Commission is a non-departmental public body set up in England in March following the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, itself a continuation of the May Inquiry. It aims to investigate possible miscarriages of justice in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

The Commission assesses whether convictions or sentences should be referred to a court of appeal, but.This monograph presents the findings of a four‐year empirical study that examined decision making and the exercise of discretion within the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) in England and Wales.

This socio‐legal study aimed to gain insight into how the CCRC reaches decisions in the approximately 1, cases it receives each year (p).Author: H.C. Greenwood.Criminal Cases Review Commission Annual Report /12 5 The Commission performed well in /12 despite further reductions in budget and staffing.

We retained the strongest possible focus on delivery in this, our sixth successive year of cuts and referred 22 cases to the appeal courts without any material increase in queues or waiting times.