Conviction: Murder at the Station.

programThe BBC have been showing an excellent documentary entitled ‘Conviction: Murder at the Station‘.

The two-part documentary involves a team of legal experts examining the police evidence against convicted murderer Roger Kearney. The documentary looks at the criminal appeal process and considers a variety of issues, such as blood spatter, missing forensic evidence, CCTV coverage etc. Well worth a BBC iPlayer viewing. 

About Dr Peter Jepson

I am the editor of this LawsBlog. On the 31st August 2014, I retired as Head of the Department of Social Sciences at Strode's College, Egham, Surrey. In that post I was responsible for the subject areas of Laws, Politics, Sociology, and Humanities. Prior to that, also at Strode's College, I managed Laws, Politics, Citizenship, the AQA Baccalaureate, and the Extended Project Qualification.
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