Photos

Top, L to R: Michael Naughton, Mike O’ Brien (one of the “Cardiff Newsagent Three”); Below, L to R: Gerry Conlon (one of the “Guildford Four”) and Paul Blackburn, at an Innocence Network UK (INUK) training conference in Cardiff.

L to R: Gerry Conlon (Guildford Four), Kate Germond (Centurion Ministries), Gabe Tan, Michael Naughton, in Ohio at an Innocence Network Conference.

L to R: Mark Schand, Michael Naughton, in Portland, Oregon, at an Innocence Network Conference.

At the Supreme Court to receive the judgment in the case of R (Nunn) v Chief Constable of Suffolk Constabulary. Back Row L to R: Robert Wheal (Partner, White & Case); Mark Allum; Michael Naughton. Front Row L to R: Joseph Lum; Sopie Pattison; Becky Hill, Naomi McKay; Jocelyn Lau; Gabe Tan (Trainee, White & Case)

 

L to R: Ryan Jendoubi, Louise Beck, Michael Naughton, Wullie Beck, Gabe Tan, Mark Allam after a meeting with the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) to discuss the University of Bristol Innocence Project application on behalf of Mr Beck (the case was referred to the High Court of Justiciary in Edinburgh).

L to R: Michael Naughton, Sir Ludovic Kennedy, Campbell Malone, at the launch of Innocence Network UK (INUK) at Bristol University.

L to R: Michael Naughton, Terry McCarthy (Parole Board), Paul Blackburn.

The invited international experts to the first conference on wrongful convictions Changchun City, Jilin Province, China, L to R: J. Steven Beckett, Marvin Zalman, Gabe Tan, Greta Zalman, Mark Godsey, He Jaihong, Ulf Stridbeck, Michelle Nethercott, Michael Naughton, Kam Pui Chow.

In Yerevan, Armenia with Mike O’ Brien as part of the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) British Horizons: British Professional Exchange Programme.

L to R: Joe Oppenhiemer, Dennis Eady, Mike O’ Brien, Kevin Kerrigan, Paddy Joe Hill, John McManus, Paul Blackburn, Michael Naughton, at an Innocence Network UK (INUK) Symposium on the limitations of the Criminal Cases Review Commission in investigating applications with claims of factual innocence at Bristol University.

L to R: Gabe Tan, Michael Naughton, photo from a feature article on Innocence Network UK (INUK) in The Observer.

Michael Naughton centre speaking at the first conference on wrongful convictions in China.

Bristol students at an Innocence Network UK (INUK) training conference hosted by Norton Rose LLP, London.

L to R: Jennifer Thompson, Michael Naughton, at The Watershed, Bristol, before her talk that was jointly organised by Innocence Network UK (INUK), Bristol Festival of Ideas and the University of Bristol Law School.

Attorney General’s Pro Bono Award winning University of Bristol innocence Project students on the steps of the Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol.

University of Bristol Innocence Project students at an Innocence Projects Day outreach event at Bristol University.

Bristol and Cardiff awarded Attorney General’s Pro Bono Award by Lord Goldsmith at the House of Lords.

L to R: Glyn Maddocks, Michael Naughton, at an Innocence Network UK (INUK) Research Symposium on the limits of the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) in assisting the factually innocent at Bristol University.

L to R: Ann Craven, Michael Naughton, Paul Blackburn, at a United Against Injustice (UAI) Meeting in Manchester.

L to R: Michael Naughton, Terry Waite, at a Miscarriages of Justice Organisation (MOJO) Conference in Glasgow.

L to R: Michael Naughton, Paddy Joe Hill (one of the “Birmingham Six”)  at the launch of Innocence Network UK (INUK) at Bristol University.

L to R: Allan Jamieson (The Forensic Institute), Mark Newby, Michael Naughton at the launch of Innocence Network UK (INUK) at Bristol University.