R (Hallam & Nealon) v Secretary of State for Justice [2019] UKSC 2

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Wrongful conviction cases and miscarriages of justice are always of great interest to the media as they provide a mystery while simultaneously highlighting failures within our criminal justice system. However not much is made of what happens once the conviction is overturned and the innocent have to return to their lives outside prison walls. Something that can be of great help is compensation from the government but claiming this is becoming increasingly difficult and so in this judicial review two decisions made by the Secretary of State for Justice are being challenged on human rights grounds. Music from bensound.com

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