SCCRC

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SCCRCSmart Code Crc
SCCRCScottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (est. 1999; UK)
SCCRCSouth Central Carpenters Regional Council
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The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission have been asked to look at the conviction of which bomber?
Relatives of victims joined lawyer Aamer Anwar to hand files to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) in Glasgow yesterday.
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission said: "There is no current appeal.
They united to submit an application to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) for a review of the conviction, a move which could see the case referred back to the High Court.
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) said it had received an appeal from Megrahi's family to review his conviction.
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) said it expected to receive a request "shortly" for it to look again at the validity of the conviction of Libyan Abdelbaset al-Megrahi.
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission document says he met his mistress twice in December 1988 - including the night before the bombing.
The author insists the new evidence goes beyond the findings of Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC), which permitted the appeal against Megrahis conviction that was subsequently abandoned ahead of Megrahi's release on compassionate grounds.
In 2007, the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission said it would refer Al Megrahi's case to the Court of Criminal Appeal in Edinburgh (the Libyan was being held in a Scottish prison) because he "may have suffered a miscarriage of justice".
Megrahi, who is currently in a hospital in Tripoli, has claimed that the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) had found the new evidence, which proves that he was not involved in the bombing.
If he was innocent - and the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission ruled in June 2008 that al-Megrahi ''may have suffered a miscarriage of justice'' - then he too is another victim of the games played by nations.
In my second, most recent, appeal I had to endure a verdict being issued at the conclusion of that trial which is now characterised by my lawyers, and the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission, as unreasonable.
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