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UK system for wrongful conviction payouts is lawful, European court rules


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Most miscarriage of justice victims will still be denied compensation after two men lose test case in Strasbourg

Most victims of miscarriages of justice will still be denied compensation in Britain after the European court of human rights ruled the government’s test for payouts was lawful.

A test case was brought by Sam Hallam and Victor Nealon, two men who between them served 24 years in prison for crimes they were later exonerated of. Neither was paid any compensation by the government despite new evidence being enough to overturn their convictions.

Continue reading…Most miscarriage of justice victims will still be denied compensation after two men lose test case in StrasbourgMost victims of miscarriages of justice will still be denied compensation in Britain after the European court of human rights ruled the government’s test for payouts was lawful.A test case was brought by Sam Hallam and Victor Nealon, two men who between them served 24 years in prison for crimes they were later exonerated of. Neither was paid any compensation by the government despite new evidence being enough to overturn their convictions. Continue reading…


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