The Centre for Law, Crime & Justice together with the Law Clinic, Strathclyde Law School, and in association with Bang Bang Teo, Present:
Say I'm Innocent!
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Why do wrongful convictions keep happening? What should be done?
A screening of the compelling documentary film, Fallout, will be followed by a panel-led discussion about the issues arising from Miscarriages of Justice.
The screening of Fallout includes footage from the Guilt of Innocence event previously held at Strathclyde. The film follows the lives of four prominent exonerees to tell their story of wrongful conviction, the struggle to clear their names, and rebuild their lives. They are:
- Sunny Jacobs: Sentenced to Death, 17 years
- Peter Pringle: Sentenced to Death, 15 years
- Paddy Hill: Imprisoned, 16 years
- Robert Brown: Imprisoned, 25 years
Caption: Paddy Hill (‘The Birmingham Six’)
Join us for what will be an unforgettable and powerful evening. Put your points and questions to the panel members who will include:
- Paddy Hill, Exoneree (The Birmingham 6)
- Robert Brown, Exoneree
- Mark Mc Loughlin, Producer/Director of Fallout
- Dr Rhonda Wheate, Centre for Law, Crime & Justice and The Law Clinic, Strathclyde Law School.
- Paul McLaughlin, MoJo
- Sheriff Gerry Sinclair, Chief Executive, Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission
- Prof Cyrus Tata, Centre for Law, Crime & Justice, Strathclyde Law School
All welcome. The event is free of charge but booking is essential.
To Book your place: www.sayiminnocent.eventbrite.co.uk2.5 Hours CPD for most professions