Welcome to our disclosure wiki
This wiki catalogues empirical evidence relating to inadequate disclosure and miscarriages of justice. Inadequate disclosure refers to the situation in evidence that could have helped a defendant was held by the prosecution or police but not handed over to the defence as mandated by the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996, as amended by the Criminal Justice Act 2003.
Disclosure Related Miscarriages of Justice in the UK
Illustrative cases from the UK
|Culture in criminal procedure reform: Why the revised disclosure scheme cannot work||Hannah Quirk||2006||Disclosure||View paper|
|Defence strategies for information deficit: Negotiating the CIPA||Roger Leng||1997||Disclosure||View paper|
|Re-evaluating post conviction disclosure||Holly Greenwood and Dennis Eady||2019||Disclosure||View paper|
|The law of disclosure: A perennial problem in criminal justice (book)||Ed Johnston and Tom Smith||2020||Disclosure||View paper|