INUK in the Media

2016: King, K. Legal commentator voices concerns over challenges facing university innocence projects in damning new article. Legal Cheek. 28 April

2016: Robins, J. University innocence projects: where are they now? The Guardian 27 April.

2016: Foster, R. (2016) “We genuinely welcome applications from you”. The Justice Gap. 20 April

2016: Price, J. (2016) “An open letter to the CCRC”. The Justice Gap. 4 April

2016: Why innocence projects are so important, Michael Edwards, 25 February.

2016: An open letter to the CCRC, Claire Mcgourlay, The Justice Gap, April 6.

2014: ‘The fight against wrongful convictions must go on – we owe it to the innocent’, Jon Robins, The Guardian, 10 December.

2014: Serial shines spotlight on Innocence Projects – it would be a crime not to, Elaine Campbell, The Conversation, December 18.

2014: ‘Dwaine George appeal: law students making history’, Julie Price, The Justice Gap, 10 December.

2014: ‘The Future of Innocence in the UK’, Julie Price, The Justice Gap, 3 December.

2014: Jon Robins, ‘The end of innocence’, The Justice Gap, 26 November 2014.

2014: Dr Michael Naughton interviewed by Olivia Goldhill for The Telegraph. Quoted in Can we trust a guilty conviction?’, The Telegraph, 21 November 2014.

2014: Dr Michael Naughton interviewed by Olivia Goldhill for The Telegraph. Extensively quoted in ‘When innocent men go to jail: miscarriages of justice in Britain’, The Telegraph, 4 September 2014.

2014: Dr Michael Naughton interviewed by Paul Peacy. Cited in ‘Legal eagles fighting wrongful convictions in the US are coming here’, The Independent, 5 September 2014.

2014: The Justice Gap, ‘Is innocence work really over in the UK?’, Julie Price, 5 September.

2014: The Justice Gap, ‘The end of innocence, and the chance of a new beginning’, Hannah Quirk, 8 September.

2014: The Justice Gap, ‘UK Innocence Projects: a bright future’, Andrew Green, 21 August.

2014: The Justice Gap, ‘Innocence Projects: The importance of grasping the essence’, Dennis Eady, 24 September. 

2013: Dr Naughton interviewed by Simon Mercep for Radio New Zealand’s, Morning Report, on the call for a Criminal Cases Review Commission for New Zealand following the quashing of the conviction of Mark Lundy by the Privvy Council, 8 October:  http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/mnr/mnr-20131009-0826-british_expert_on_miscarriages_of_justice-048.mp3

2013: The Guardian, ‘Appeal court referral is a welcome boost for university Innocence Projects’ 14 November.

2013: The Justice Gap. ‘Simon Hall confession: a time to take stock’.

2013: Diary of UK Innocence Project 6: Not expecting the unexpected, Julie Price, The Justice Gap, November 15.

2012: This is Bristol, ‘Bristol law students help win appeal over man’s robbery conviction’, 13 September.

2012: Scottish Daily Record, ‘Man convicted of 1981 armed robbery finally has case referred to Court of Appeal’, 13 September.

2012: BBC News Scotland, ‘Appeal hearing over William Beck robbery conviction’, 12 September.

2012: The Scotsman, ‘Man jailed for Post Office van raid “was innocent”‘, 12 September.

2012: Tan, G. ‘Innocence Network UK’, The Solution Magazine by Black Mental Health UK, August/September.

2012: Johnson, C. ‘Reasonable Doubt’, The American Lawyer, 27 June

2012: Laville, S. ‘Criminal review body is “failing the innocent”’, The Guardian, 28 March.

2012: Manning, L. ‘Norton Rose to host event for Bristol University’s INUK campaign’, Lawyer 2B, 28 March.

2012: Binnie, A. ‘INUK calls for murder case appeal to be heard’, Watford Observer, 4 April.

2012: Scheerout, J. ‘Convicted killer Susan May calls for reform of appeals “watchdog”’, Manchester Evening News, 29 March.

2012: Bromsgrove Advertiser ‘Innocence Network UK believes man may be innocent of double murder’, 10 April.

2012: Tallentire, M.  ‘Campaigners urge murder case review’, Durham Times, 29 March.

2012: Lancashire Evening Post ‘Campaigners take up fight for innocence’, 30 March.

2012: Sunderland Echo, ‘Woman convicted of husband’s murder proclaims innocence’, 31 March.

2012: lensy, D. ‘Fighting for simple justice’, Bristol Evening Post, 7 March.

2012: Tallentire, M.  ‘Campaigners urge murder case review’, The Northern Echo, 29 March.

2012: Robins, J. ‘The CCRC isn’t perfect, but calls for reform need to be part of a wider debate’ , The Guardian, 26 January. Click here for the article

2011: Scott, M. ‘Rough Justice Plea on Robber’, Sunday Mail, 21 August.

M2011: Manning  L. ”Bristol students in battle to overturn conviction of alleged armed robber’ , Lawyer 2B, 22 August.

2011: Manzoor, S. ‘The Innocence Project: the court of last resort’, Observer Magazine Feature, 9 January.
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2011: Manning, L.  ‘Bristol Uni’s Innocence Smoothies‘, The Lawyer, 31 January.
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2010: Manning, L.  ‘Bristol Innocence Project takes murder case to appeal court‘, Lawyer 2B, 7 December
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2010:  The Barrister Magazine, ‘Why the conviction of Simon Hall cannot stand’ December.

2010: Tran, M.  ‘Judgment reserved in murder appeal as forensic evidence divides experts‘, The Guardian, 9 December
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2010: Rigby, N. ‘Clash over Simon Hall murder appeal fibres evidence‘, BBC News, 9 December
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2009: Hanman, N. ‘The Wife who Waits: Battle Goes on to have Simon Hall’s Case Reheard‘, The Guardian, 21 July
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2007: ‘The Innocents’ Brief‘ BBC Rough Justice documentary about the University of Bristol Innocence Project investigation of Simon Hall’s claim of innocence, BBC 1, 12 April. This was the last ever BBC Rough Justice documentary.

2007: Rigby, N. ‘Justice for Simon Hall: Murder conviction doubts‘, BBC News, 11 April
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2007: Smallman, E. ‘The Innocence Squad‘ The Times, April 23.
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2007: Cited in ‘Wrongly jailed attend conference’, BBC News Online, 31 March.

2006: BBC News ‘Drama based on students‘ law work’, 8 November.
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2006: Nick Jackson, The Independent, cited in Wrongful convictions: the students battling to help inmates, 14 December.

2006: Donna Chisholm, Sunday Star Times, cited in ‘Innocent Mistake’ , 26 February.

2006: Helen Morris, The Lawyer Magazine, cited in ‘Jan launch for Cardiff Innocence Project’ Lawyer 2B, 5(2): 4.

2006: Jackson, N. ‘Wrongful convictions: the students battling to help inmates‘ The Independent, 14 December.
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2005: Phil Chamberlain & Rich Cookson, The Tribune, about the University of Bristol Innocence Project. Featured in: ‘New court of appeal is now in session’ The Tribune, Volume 69, Number 26, 1 July 2005.

2005: Morris, J. ‘Students to the Rescue‘ Guardian Unlimited, June 14.
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2005: Robins, J.  ‘Damned if you do, and damned if you don’t‘ The Times, 13 June.

2005: Robins, J. ‘Bristol Uni kicks off Innocence Project to balance Government stance‘, The Lawyer, June 13.
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2005: Bob Beale, Bristol Evening Post, about the official launch of the University of Bristol Innocence Project (UoBIP) to coincide with National Pro Bono week. Featured in: ‘A quest for justice’, 31 May.

2005: Cahal Milmo The Independent, cited in: ‘Cannings’ compensation claim is rejected’, 12 January.

2004: Ruth Wood, Western Daily Press, cited in: ‘Scandal of mothers jailed over “cot death”’ 23 December.

2004: Greg Lewis, Wales on Sunday, cited in: ‘Counting the cost of injustice’, 19 September.

2004: John Hatton, Big Issue (North Edition), cited in: ‘Innocence Network Attacks Appeals System’, 13 September.

2004: ‘West fights for innocent in jail’, Western Daily Press, 3 September.

2004: Students enlisted to fight miscarriages of justice’, Bristol Evening Post, 3 September.

2004: ‘Injustice network to be launched’, BBC News Website, 2 September.

2004: ‘Injustice victims fight wrongful convictions’, News.Scotsman.com, 2 September.

2004:’ Students fight for justice’, This is Bristol Website, 2 September.

2004: Francis Gibb, Chief Legal Correspondent, The Times, cited in: piece subsequently published in Times Law Reports, 7 September.

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