Tag: Wales

Jan 19

165 Men Cleared Of Historical Homosexual Convictions in England and Wales

Disregarding Certain Criminal Convictions, UK Home Office

One-hundred-sixty-five men in England and Wales have had their historical conviction disregarded for a homosexual act that is no longer considered a crime. Homosexuality was decriminalized in 1967 in England and Wales. However, a conviction is still listed in court records and appears on a person’s criminal record. The Protection of Freedoms Act (PFA) enacted …

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Jun 04

How To Appeal In England and Wales Booklet Available From JUSTICE

Cover of “How To Appeal” by JUSTICE

JUSTICE is a non-profit human rights organization based in London, England that was founded in 1957. JUSTICE was one of the principal advocates for people in the United Kingdom with a post-conviction miscarriage of justice claim before the Criminal Case Review Commission began operating in 1997. JUSTICE has published a booklet that is invaluable to …

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Sep 28

Eight Police Officers On Trial For Perverting Justice In The Frame-Up Of Five Innocent Men For Lynette White’s 1988 Murder

Eight Police Officers On Trial For Perverting Justice In The Frame-Up Of Five Innocent Men For Lynette White’s 1988 Murder

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