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Supreme Court rules against government on compensation for miscarriages of justice

11 May 2011

JUSTICE response to UK Supreme Court judgment in Adams v Secretary of State for Justice

On 11 May the UK Supreme Court rejected the government’s arguments that only people who could prove their innocence would be entitled to compensation for miscarriages of justice in the case of Adams v Secretary of State for Justice. JUSTICE was granted leave to intervene in the appeal. Read JUSTICE's press release in response to the judgment and more information about the intervention.


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