New Zealand judge: ‘Case for Independent body to investigate miscarriages of justice even stronger now’

untitledA retired New Zealand judge is arguing, 10 years after conducting an inquiry into miscarriages of justice in New Zealand, that the country is still in dire need of an independent body to investigate cases. This article outlines his conclusions then, and now, and the political concerns surrounding the establishment of such a body.

Read more here: A decade after he recommended New Zealand set up an independent commission to investigate claims of miscarriages of justice, Sir Thomas Thorp says the case is even stronger.

One response to “New Zealand judge: ‘Case for Independent body to investigate miscarriages of justice even stronger now’

  1. Pingback: More calls in New Zealand for independent justice review committee | Wrongful Convictions Blog

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