Issue 6 of INQUIRY, The Newsletter of the Innocence Network UK is now available.
9 October 2012
Issue 6 of INQUIRY
, The Newsletter of the Innocence Network UK is now available.
Includes the following articles:
- Bruce Kent - 'Raymond Gilbert's 31 years in prison'. A detailed analysis of this high profile alleged wrongful conviction case.
- Dr Andrew Green - 'Planning for breakthrough: a framework for investigating cases'. Provides a method for investigating alleged wrongful convictions.
- Aine Kervick - 'Picking Cotton: A story of truth, injustice and redemption'. Based on an interview with Jennifer Thompson. Linked to the film of the talk that Jennifer Thompson gave at the Watershed, Bristol, in 2012.
- James Hughes - 'The Fallibility of I.D. Evidence: R v Cleobury and the Allure of DNA'. Analysis of a recent case that failed on appeal in which there remain doubts about the reliability of the evidence and the correctness of the conviction.