Another innocent in prison “Would the foreman of the jury please stand,” the court falls silent… The ultimate question is asked “How do you find the defendant:… Read more “How can I make them see? On innocence – by Drew”
Injustice and the consequences of conviction
In an interview for Injustice, Penelope Gibbs, the director of Transform Justice, tells us of the ways in which a conviction constitutes multiple punishments. The conviction itself… Read more “Injustice and the consequences of conviction”
Magistrates and judges bias: what consequences for justice?
Magistrates courts are an intriguing place. I’ve spent many years thinking someone’s brother served a suspended 18-month sentence for possession of a firearm. Recently, I found out… Read more “Magistrates and judges bias: what consequences for justice?”