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Would there be a reason for a court case not to show in search?  
I no that someone went to court and was convicted and sent to prison. When I search the name and court etc nothing shows up what would be the reason for this? Do all court sentences show up on this site? This was back in 2011 Thanks

Dant29
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Dant29
2022-03-21 19:32:06
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Written confirmation of charges being dropped & not guilty verdict  
 Where the charges in a case have been dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service and a judgement of not guilty has been entered, does the Court or CPS issue written confirmation to the defendant or his solicitor or barrister to that effect.

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SAKelly
2013-02-03 23:55:36
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Wrongly Accused Sexual Abuse  

Has anyone out there been wrongly accused, arrested, and sent to Crown Court as a result of a lies and collusion?  Young girl accused her grandfather of molestation..  No forensic, only his word against hers.  What is the worst case scenario?

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Liberty
2011-02-15 21:16:23
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Wrongly convicted  

Can anyone advise on what to do when you know someone has been wrongly convicted and we do not have the thousands needed to seek an appeal. The police did not take finger prints from a vital piece of evidence which would have proved his innocence in that particular offence. He was not an innocent bystander, my son in law got involved in a drunken brawl and tried to diffuse it. It ended up with my son in law being found guilt at trial of GBH with intent Sec 18. He has served one year of a five year sentence and I am still picking up the pieces regarding my daughter and grandchildren. I tried to appeal but it was too expensive.  I have angst over this and wonder do I complain to the police about poor procedure. I was informed also that the defence team were weak. I am a probation officer so this has been a hard pill to swallow. He is following my advice in prison but still has at least another 18 months before he could see daylight. Any advice or help would be welcomed.

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oldham123
2013-03-31 22:11:30
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