The families of three friends killed during last August's riots say lawyers have been instructed to review a criminal trial.
Police officers have met with the chief Crown Prosecutor, after the not guilty verdict in the Winson Green trial.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and West Midlands Police have responded to the not guilty verdicts in the Winson Green Murder trial.
A woman from Birmingham who lost the sight in her right eye after being beaten is appealing to the public to help catch her attackers.
She was walking along Wellington Street in Winson Green on Wednesday 24th April at around 2:30pm when she was attacked by two men.
The woman suffered a broken nose and finger, and the permanent loss of sight in her right eye.
The first man is described as around 30-years-old, white, 6ft tall, of skinny build with short shaven dark hair, wearing a white t-shirt and grey jogging bottoms.
Police have described the second man as in his early to mid 30s. He is a light skinned black man, between 5ft 9ins and 6ft tall, with short black hair and medium to stocky build. He has a distinct scar across his left cheek.
The sister of Shahzad Ali says justice has not been done for the murder of her brother, Haroon Jahan and Abdul Musavir.
More than 200 people have been protesting outside the headquarters of West Midlands Police, in what they say is a continuing fight for justice for three men who died during last summer's riots in Birmingham.
200 people protested today outside West Midlands Police headquarters over the Winson Green murder trial.
The families of three men killed during last year's riots in Birmingham will demonstrate outside West Midlands Police Headquarters later.
It's after they announced yesterday they are seeking legal advice after eight men were cleared of the men's murders.
Haroon Jahan, Shazad Ali and Abdul Musavir died after being hit by a car in Winson Green.
– Sharon Rowe, Assistant Chief Constable of West Midlands Police
We do not underestimate the impact that the deaths of Haroon Jahan, Shazad Ali and Abdul Musavir had on their families, friends and the wider community of Birmingham, and indeed nationally.
Earlier this week, Chief Constable Chris Sims met with Harry Ireland, Chief Crown Prosecutor of the Crown Prosecution Service, to discuss what further steps could be taken following the end of the trial.
I, alongside local officers, continue to meet with members of the community who are working hard to maintain calm and strengthen relationships.
The families of three friends killed during the riots in Birmingham have spoken for the first time since eight men were cleared of murder. Andy Bevan was at the news conference this morning.
Tariq Jahan says answers are still desperately needed over the deaths of his son, Haroon, and brothers Shazad Ali and Abdul Musavir. Eight men were cleared of their murder last week.
The father of Haroon Jahan, Tariq, has spoken of his frustrations at the current legal system. Eight men were cleared of the murder of Haroon and brothers Shazad Ali and Abdul Musavir.