This blog was written thanks to the anonymous contribution of someone who experienced the injustices of the legal system in the UK. This article is part of… Read more “Complexity and Contempt of Court – an anonymous guest blog”
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”
“Tougher” community sentences: good prison alternatives?
A guest blog. We’re looking up at the tall hedge – a bunch of convicts wondering how we can put the scaffold frame on a sloped bank… Read more ““Tougher” community sentences: good prison alternatives?”
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?”