On behalf of Inside Justice, the charity which investigates miscarriages of justice, you are invited to a special event at the iconic MANCHESTER ART GALLERY on Friday 1 July.
This event will be an exclusive evening reception where Louise Shorter (Founder of Inside Justice), Siobhan Grey QC (Libertas Chambers) and Jason Lartey (Lartey & Co Solicitors) will discuss their successful overturning of the murder conviction of Patryk Pachecka, who was wrongly convicted and then acquitted at the Central Criminal Court in 2021.
This is a unique opportunity for you, and others from the legal profession, to hear first-hand from the key players in the case including Richard Vardon (18 St John Street Chambers) and forensic expert Jo Millington along with pathologist Professor Jack Crane CBE and Dr Claas Buschmann about their experiences in reviewing the Crown’s scientific evidence.
The evening presentations will lead you through the appeal and retrial process, and explain how the forensic and pathology evidence and collaboration with journalists changed the narrative of this wrongful conviction case.
Join them at the Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley St, Manchester. Doors open at 5.15pm. There will be a drinks reception after the presentations until 8pm.
Places are limited but you can secure your place by registering on Eventbrite: Miscarriage of Justice: A Post-mortem Tickets, Fri 1 Jul 2022 at 17:15 | Eventbrite
Tickets are getting booked up and so please book now to avoid disappointment.
The British Neuropsychiatry Association are delighted to be able to introduce the programme for their 2022 annual meeting
- Medicolegal aspects of neuropsychiatry
- Neuropsychiatry of Interoception
- Members’ poster platform presentations and more
Join the Royal Society of Medicine for this event that will illustrate the impact of domestic abuse and the forensic response to it. It will also discuss the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to solving domestic abuse cases in forensics featuring a real case of a fatality associated with domestic abuse, the input from forensic odontologists and veterinary surgeons and speakers from third sector organizations involved in this work.
Key speakers will cover the clinical aspects of the child's presentation, assessment, clinical care and safeguarding the child, along with aspects of the police investigation and evidence gathering. It will also cover the case building, charging decision and prosecution.