12 June 2019,
Chris Grayling's 2013 cuts slashed the legal aid budget by a third – £751 million. Jon Robins examines the toll this is taking on people's everyday lives.
7 June 2019,
Jon Robins sets out how the erosion of 'access to justice' for huge swathes of social welfare law is having a very real impact on poverty in the UK
THE JUSTICE TRAP: ‘Our courts will bend over backwards to uphold a conviction which is obviously unsafe’
14 May 2019,
Jon Robins explores why Tony Stock has spent more than 40 years fighting to clear his name for an armed robbery a supergrass admits he had nothing to do with.
7 May 2019,
THE JUSTICE TRAP: ‘No Hope’ of Justice for Eddie Gilfoyle after 18 Years in Prison for his Wife’s Hanging
29 April 2019,
The Criminal Cases Review Commission provides no effective safety net for victims of a miscarriage of justice – Eddie Gilfoyle is a striking example.
THE JUSTICE TRAP: Was a Police Officer Sacked and Jailed for a Violent Assault actually the Victim of a Cover-Up?
18 April 2019,
PC Danny Major spent four months in prison for a crime he says he didn't commit. Faced with an unhelpful and inactive miscarriages of justice watchdog, he is still fighting to clear his name.
10 April 2019,
Jon Robins on how even the intervention of an Appeal Court Judge has failed to help a family caught up in child sexual abuse conviction
2 April 2019,
Jon Robin’s second account of how the law of joint enterprise “exposes all that is wrong in our justice system”.
22 March 2019,
Jon Robins from @JusticeGap with another fascinating case of injustice - this time around a law that presumes guilt for bystanders
13 March 2019,
Ben Geen was caught red-handed - a serial killer, or so it seemed. In the third of his series The Justice Trap, Jon Robins shows how a misreading of statistics led to a life sentence
7 March 2019,
Two parents took their sick child to hospital. Within hours they were being questioned by police. Two days later, they were in court. Why?
1 March 2019,
In the first of a new series examining the failings of our criminal justice system, Jon Robins explores why this should matter to us all.
30 January 2019,
The Supreme Court's ruling that victims of miscarriages of justice can only claim compensation if they can prove their innocence 'beyond reasonable doubt' is a blow to the idea of justice, according to campaigners.