Justice on trial: Highlights from The Guardian


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The Guardians’ Justice on Trial is an ongoing series that aims to highlight cases where there are major concerns of a miscarriage of justice.

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‘It’s like being buried alive’
Since the 1980s and 90s a flow of miscarriage of justice cases has undermined public confidence in the criminal justice system. John Kamara, Paddy Hill and Sean Hodgson describe their experiences of wrongful conviction.

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WARNING: This video contains strong language from the outset!

The Injustice Gallery
Gallery (assorted pictures): Prominent British miscarriage of justice cases in the last half century. View the gallery >

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