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Salam Zora is wrongfully convicted and imprisoned


Salam Zora is wrongfully convicted and imprisoned.

What if it was you or one of your family members?
Everything precious to Salam Zora, his family, and his two small children is taken away from him and on top of that, his freedom as a free man is taken unjustly. 104 more words

Civil Rights Act

The Worst Miscarriage of Justice Ever!

The trials and subsequent condemnation of Jesus which led to His crucifixion represent the worst kind of judicial miscarriage in all of human history.  We read even in our day of people who have been falsely accused and imprisoned for crimes they did not commit.   884 more words

Christian Discipleship

Misconduct of Arbitrator

If the Arbitrator decides the matter, which are excluded by the agreement, he commits a misconduct. It comprises a legal misconduct, which is completed if the Arbitrator on the face of the award arrives at an inconsistent conclusion even on his own finding or arrives at a decision by ignoring very material documents which throw abundant light on the controversy to help a just and fair decision. 74 more words

Arbitration And Conciliation Act

Victor Nealon: the Court of Appeal miscarriage of justice case

The case of Victor Nealon, denied compensation despite being imprisoned for 17 years after a miscarriage of justice, has raised important issues about the compensation regime for such cases.  2,239 more words

UK Law

Allegations of Crime Lab planting evidence may not be enough for reversal of conviction

Planted evidence from a Crime lab (the OJ defense) is not the magic bullet for everyone arguing innocence. Forensic misconduct charges before Nebraska higher court affecting a murder case.   229 more words

Criminal Justice