Parliamentary Questions – Criminal Cases Review Commision

March 17, 2009

Claire Curtis Thomas has recently asked  several questions about the work of the Crimiminal Cases Review Commission

Written Answers — Justice: Criminal Cases Review Commission (4 Feb 2009)
Claire Curtis-Thomas: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what steps the Criminal Cases Review Commission plans to take to reduce its level of case accumulation; and how the Commission will monitor the effectiveness of those steps.
Written Answers — Justice: Criminal Cases Review Commission (4 Feb 2009)
Claire Curtis-Thomas: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how the Criminal Cases Review Commission measures the (a) effectiveness, (b) efficiency and (c) economy of its policies.
Written Answers — Justice: Criminal Cases Review Commission (4 Feb 2009)
Claire Curtis-Thomas: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what procedures apply to the (a) recruitment, (b) training and (c) assessment of the welfare of the Criminal Cases Review Commission’s expert staff.
Written Answers — Justice: Criminal Cases Review Commission (4 Feb 2009)
Claire Curtis-Thomas: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what steps the Criminal Cases Review Commission has taken to increase the public’s understanding of its role.

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