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An episode of The Jeremy Kyle Show will be played to Court of Appeal judges to help determine whether an innocent man was jailed for murder after a killing in Bournemouth...Benguit's conviction for appeal, saying: "The referral is based on new
Jeremy Bamber's latest action against conviction fails Jeremy Bamber's appeal was heard by two High Court judges Killer Jeremy Bamber has failed in his latest High Court action to overturn a conviction for murdering five relatives 27 years ago in
Suggested Topics Killer Jeremy Bamber's latest legal action in his long-running battle to overturn his convictions for murdering five relatives 27 years ago was thrown out by High Court judges today...His renewed application was refused today by Sir
Ilfracombe, on the north coast of Devon, is one of those towns that isn't particularly beloved by the rest of the county. Like Torquay, on the opposite coast, it's a less-than beautiful little place, buried among the cliffs of the county's coastline.
Murderer Jeremy Bamber's legal bid for appeal refused A judge has turned down Jeremy Bamber's latest appeal bid Convicted killer Jeremy Bamber has lost the latest stage in his legal battle to clear his name. Bamber is serving a whole life sentence
A new three year study from the Community College Research Center at Teachers College, Columbia University has found that dual enrollment (high school students taking college courses for credit) has benefits for all students especially disadvantaged
Des Warren (left) and Ricky Tomlinson, the Shrewbury Two who were jailed for their parts in a building workers' strike in 1972, pictured after the release of Warren in 1975. Photograph: PA A group of trade union pickets who were jailed nearly 40
Senioritis is said to sap the energy, dull the mind, and waste the time of high school students. But some teens have found a cure for the blahs: "Dual" or "concurrent" college classes let them earn high school and college credits for the same course.
Alamy Why should we expect a part of the criminal justice system to make money? That's a question being asked in relation to the growing concerns over the arrangements or the lack of them for the closure of the Forensic Science Service , which is due
Ricky Percival's conviction for murder on supergrass evidence is being examined by the Criminal Cases Review Commission. A series of supergrass convictions are being investigated for possible legal challenges amid growing concern over the safety of