Part I. Setting the Scene
2. The Importance of Innocence for the Criminal Justice System
Part II. Voluntary Sector Perspectives
3. Thoughts from a Victim Support Worker
4. Challenging the Refusal to Investigate Evidence Neglected by Trial Lawyers
5. The Failure to Live Up to its Stated Values? The Case of Michael Attwooll and John Roden
6. The Failure of the Review of the Possible Wrongful Convictions Caused by Michael Heath
Part III. Practitioner Perspectives
7. Historical Abuse Cases: Why They Expose the Inadequacy of the Real Possibility Test
8. Only the Freshest Will Do
9. Applicant Solicitors: Friends or Foes?
Glyn Maddocks, Gabe Tan
10. The Inadequacy of Legal Aid
Part IV. Academic Perspectives
11. After Ten Years: An Investment in Justice?
Richard Nobles, David Schiff
12. Real Possibility or Fat Chance?
13. Press and Release: UK News Coverage of the CCRC since 1996
14. The CCRC as an Option for Canada: Forwards or Backwards?
Clive Walker, Kathryn Campbell
15. A View from the United States
Part V. Conclusion
Keywords: Social Sciences, Social Policy, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Youth Offending and Juvenile Justice, Political Science and International Relations, general, Critical Criminology, Prison and Punishment