Monsieur Stangerson was loud in his denunciation of this miscarriage of justice. There is no doubt in the mind of anybody that could the victim speak she would claim from the jurors of Seine-et-Oise the man she wishes to make her husband and whom the prosecution would send to the scaffold.
"We have decided not to permit twelve worthy men to commit a disgraceful miscarriage of justice. We confess that the remarkable coincidences, the many convicting evidences, and the inexplicable silence on the part of the accused, as well as a total absence of any evidence for an alibi, were enough to warrant the bench of judges in assuming that in this man alone was centered the truth of the affair.
A tall vegetable intended by nature to serve as a penal apparatus, though through a miscarriage of justice
most trees bear only a negligible fruit, or none at all.
In almost all, moreover, there is present, more or less in the foreground, a definite humanitarian aim, an attack on some time-consecrated evil--the poor-house system, the cruelties practised in private schools, or the miscarriage of justice
in the Court of Chancery.
His family, friends and supporters maintain he was the victim of a miscarriage of justice
In 2009, he lost an appeal against his conviction and last May an application to have his conviction declared a miscarriage of justice
was thrown out.
But they ruled there had been no miscarriage of justice
and Macklin, who was convicted in 1994 of planning a PS300,000 armed raid in Aberdeen, was sent back to prison to complete his sentence.
And judges agreed to hear his appeal and figure out once and for all the meaning of "miscarriage of justice
He was released alongside fellow miscarriage of justice
victims Ellis Sherwood and Darren Hall in 1999 after the Court of Appeal was told the crucial confession of Mr Hall was obtained after the emotionally-unstable young man was handcuffed to radiators and mistreated by detectives.
Norfolk Police will now oversee an investigation into the miscarriage of justice
Gerry Conlon, of the Guildford Four, and Paddy Hill, of the Birmingham Six, are among a group of miscarriage of justice
victims who have started legal action against Ms MacTaggart, according to the Miscarriage of Justice