Criminal Cases Review Commission apologises to Andrew Malkinson for handling of case


The chair of the Criminal Cases Review Commission has offered an “unreserved apology” to Andrew Malkinson for its handling of his case after he spent 17 years in prison for a rape he did not commit.

The apology from Helen Pitcher comes ahead of the publication of an independent review by Chris Henley KC of the CCRC’s handling of the case. The review of the body set up to look into potential miscarriages of justice has been completed, and is expected to be critical and to be published imminently…

Read the full article by Emily Dugan on The Guardian here

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