Understanding criminal appeals - the Jeremy Bamber case

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¬†Watch parts I and II of our introduction to criminal appeals series where clinic director Luke Gittos, an experienced criminal solicitor, talks about one of the most well known appeal cases that has been been brought before the Criminal Cases Review Commission. Jeremy Bamber was convicted of the ‘White House Farm’ murders in 1985 but still denies having killed his parents, sister and twin nephews.

Part I

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Aspiring lawyer? Take part in our criminal appeals pro bono programme, or if you are intending to qualify as a solicitor through the new SQE route, gain qualifying work experience (QWE) with the clinic.

Part II

Aspiring lawyer? Take part in our criminal appeals pro bono programme, or if you are intending to qualify as a solicitor through the new SQE route, gain qualifying work experience (QWE) with the clinic.

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