Innocence Week

The fifth Cardiff Law School Innocence week was held on 2nd - 7th March -  2015.  Students, staff and members of the public raised awareness of the problem of wrongful convictions while at the same time raising funds for SWAWC. The main public event was a talk by Brian Thornton of Winchester University on new developments in the David Morris case - the murder of three generations of the same family in Clydach near Swansea.





Tuesday 3rd March 2015


Main Event

The Clydach Murders - the case of David Morris

Speaker Brian Thornton Wincester University Justice Project

6.30pm Cardiff Law School, Room 0.22

Museum Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3AX














































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