Justice For Kevan Thakrar

Kev is suffering from a miscarriage of justice. He needs your help and support...

SAMPLE LETTER TO MP

Please show your support by adding your details to this letter and forwarding it by email or post to your MP.

 

Dear

I was concerned to learn about the plight of Kevan Thakrar whose conviction appears to be unsafe. I would like to add my support to those calling for a review of his case and urge you to personally view the details of it at www.justiceforkevan.com.

I also wish to add my support to calls for a review of the Criminal Justice System, with reference to the following areas in particular, in order to reduce the possibility of wrongful convictions in the future.

(1)  Right of Appeal – a review of grounds of appeal, with relaxation of the requirement for, and definition of, ‘new evidence’, and automatic right of appeal in certain circumstances.

(2)  Immediate availability of all transcripts to defence teams in every case where conviction leads to a life sentence.

(3)  Disclosure; an end to the system whereby evidence can be lost, suppressed, or destroyed by police and prosecuters. More stringent legislation to ensure that defence teams, juries and judges have access to all of the evidence.

(4)  Hearsay banned from all criminal trials to bring the British courts back in line with the rest of the world.

(5)  The creation of an independant body to whom police officers, expert witnesses, and even judges become accountable.

I would also request that you forward a copy of this letter to the Justice Secretary on my behalf, and await your comments.

 

Yours Sincerely

 

 

 

 

 

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Miscarriage of Justice

The term miscarriage of justice carries with it the inference of accident but also of death. There is a pressing need to investigate in detail how it has come about that there has been a form of death in this case – the death of justice – and who shall be found responsible.

Joint Enterprise

Joint Enterprise is a charge used when prosecuting an individual proves difficult or impossible.

Hearsay

Contact Kevan

Kevan Thakrar A4907AE
HMP Wakefield
5 Love Lane
Wakefield
WF2 9AG
www.emailaprisoner.com