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Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) The Criminal Cases Review Commission is the independent public body set up to investigate possible miscarriages of justice in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Commission assesses whether convictions or sentences should be referred to a court of appeal.

Welcome to the Criminal Cases Review Commission website

Applying to Us

Click "News" for CCRC statement on the provisional decision in the case of Jeremy Bamber.


Can we help?

Click on a subject to find out more, or investigate further in the 'Can we help?' section on the left.


Case library

Click on a subject above to find out more, or investigate further in the 'Case library' section on the left.


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Click here to find out more about working for the CCRC
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