Articles on Innocence Projects in the UK

Naughton, M. (2009) ‘Students for Justice: The Innocence Network UK’, The Guardian, May 8.
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Tan, G. (2008) ‘Innocence Projects: Learning from the Mistakes of Law‘, The Writ: The Postgraduate Newsletter of the University of Bristol Law Club, Issue 2, April/May: 5.
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Zander, M. (2008) ‘Innocence is not enough‘, New Law Journal, Vol 158, Issue 7320, 9 May.
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Naughton, M. (2006) ‘Innocence Projects‘, ScoLAG: Scottish Legal Action Group, 348, pp. 202-203.
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Naughton, M and Price, J. (2006) ‘Innocence projects: a perfect solution for clinical legal education?‘, Directions: UK Centre for Legal Education, 13.
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Naughton, M. (2006) ‘Wrongful Convictions and Innocence Projects in the UK: Help, Hope and Education’, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, 3.
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The Limits of the Criminal Cases Review Commission in Assisting the Innocent

Naughton, M. and Tan, G. (2013) ‘Report – Symposium on the Reform of the Criminal Cases Review Commission’ (Printed by LexisNexis). Click here to download

Naughton, M. (2010) ‘Why ‘safety in law’ may fail the innocent – the case of Neil Hurley’, The Guardian, February 11.
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Naughton, M. (2009) (Editor) The Criminal Cases Review Commission: Hope for the Innocent?, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (Forewords By Michael Mansfield QC and Professor Michael Zander).

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Naughton, M. (2008) ‘Justice must be seen to be done: Should a senior figure from the prosecution community really head the Criminal Cases Review Commission?’, The Guardian, November 20 [click this link for article]

A Guide to investigating alleged wrongful convictions and much more: 

Naughton, M. with Tan, G. (2010) Claims of Innocence: An introduction to wrongful convictions and how they might be challenged, Bristol: University of Bristol.

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Dr Michael Naughton discusses the Claims of Innocence book. LawWorks Student Conference, The College of Law Birmingham, 13 November 2010. here.

Gabe Tan discusses the methodology for overturning alleged wrongful convictions from the book Claims of Innocence, LawWorks Student Conference, The College of Law Birmingham, 13 November 2010. here.

 

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