WEB 1068 Challenging Criminal Convictions: victims of County Lines, Labour Exploitation and Trafficking
Tuesday 02 February 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Criminal convictions impact individuals in the area of Immigration law in many ways- for example applications for indefinite leave to remain and in deportation proceedings.
But sometimes such convictions need closer analysis – in particular consideration whether or not they are unsafe possible appeal processes involved.
This webinar looks at when and how previous criminal convictions can be appealed in relation to potential Victims of Modern Slavery and Trafficking.
The focus is on forced criminality- where as a result of being a victim of trafficking, county lines or labour exploitation an individual has been compelled to offend.
Considers the scenarios of seeking to overturn recent and historic convictions for both adults and children.
• Appeals against conviction and sentence
• Fresh evidence
• County Lines
• Labour Exploitation
• Victims of Trafficking
• Extension of time issues
• Recent cases from Court of Appeal