We would be very keen to hear from anyone who has served on a jury and has had or is concerned about the impact it had on them.Read the full story ›
A juror who was left traumatised by a high profile murder trial said that the government has failed in its duty of care.Read the full story ›
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Shauna Hoare who was convicted of killing Bristol teenager Becky Watts has renewed her bid to get her sentence reduced.
Hoare who's 22 was jailed for 17 years for her part in a sexually-motivated kidnap plot.
Her partner- Becky's step brother Nathan Matthews was jailed for 33 years for murder.
Becky's stepbrother Nathan Matthews has also renewed his appeal. He's been in prison for nearly 5 months but has now lodged a further application at the Court of Appeal.
A spokesman for the Judicial Office said:
Nathan Matthews has renewed his application to appeal his sentence only.
The next stage is for this to be heard in front of a panel of three judges who will decide whether to grant him permission to appeal.
If he is granted permission to appeal then there would then be a hearing to consider the substance of an appeal.
Matthews was convicted of the murder of his step-sister and jailed for 33 years last November.Read the full story ›
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A book written by the dad of murdered girl Becky Watts has gone on sale. The 16 year old was murdered by her stepbrother almost a year ago.Read the full story ›
The couple who killed the teenager Becky Watts were granted more than £400,000 in legal aid in the lead up to and during her murder trial.Read the full story ›