If you are a fan of the TV show Law and Order or if you wonder about fairness of the criminal justice system this is a must read:

Many people are convicted with faulty evidence and unreliable eyewitness testimony.

Its terrifying to think of how many people are wrongfully convicted of crimes and how long it takes to get them cleared…. And the even scarier part is that there aren’t systems in place to punish those who withhold evidence, force confessions, or give false testimony…most of those people aren’t charged, convicted or punished in any way.

There are very few safeguards.

Once convicted of a crime its almost impossible to get back out.

Se sei un fan della serie TV Law and Order o se ti chiedi dell’equità del sistema di giustizia penale, questo è assolutamente da leggere:

Molte persone sono condannate con prove errate e testimonianze di testimoni oculari inaffidabili.

E’ terrificante pensare a quante persone sono state ingiustamente condannate per crimini e quanto tempo ci vuole per farle sdoganare…. E la parte ancora più spaventosa è che non esistono sistemi per punire coloro che negano le prove, costringono le confessioni o danno false testimonianze … la maggior parte di queste persone non viene accusata, condannata o punita in alcun modo.

Ci sono pochissime garanzie.

Una volta condannato per un crimine è quasi impossibile tornare indietro.



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Immigration Bill: Landlords ‘must evict’ illegal immigrants

Landlords in England will be expected to evict tenants who lose the right to live in the UK under new measures to clamp down on illegal immigration.


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They will be able to end tenancies, sometimes without a court order, when asylum requests fail, ministers say.
Landlords will also be required to check a migrant’s status in advance of agreeing a lease. Repeat offenders could face up to five years in prison.
But critics have said it may lead to UK citizens being refused accommodation.

The proposals – to be included in the upcoming Immigration Bill – come as the British and French governments struggle to deal with a migrant crisis in Calais, where large numbers of people are making nightly bids to cross the Channel to reach the UK.
Under the proposals for landlords in England, the Home Office would issue a notice when an asylum application fails that confirms the tenant no longer has the right to rent property.


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