Injustice network to be launched

Victims of miscarriages of justice are combining with academics to help people who have been wrongly convicted. The UK Innocence Network will also be actively involved in research into wrongful convictions. The network is designed to help those convicted of criminal offences who have exhausted all appeal processes. Paddy Hill, one of the Birmingham Six, and Robert Brown, who spent 25 years wrongfully imprisoned, are among those backing the organisation. FACT also hopes to be represented and is attending the colloquium in Bristol

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