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Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, also known as the Runciman
Commission, was established on 14 March 1991 by the Home Secretary.
The Commission was the continuation of Sir John May's inquiry into
the false convictions of the Maguire Seven and extension to other
miscarriages of justice. Viscount Runciman was the original
chairman. The Royal Commission reported to Parliament in July 1993
and recommended the establishment of an independent body to: *
Consider suspected miscarriages of justice * To refer appropriate
cases to the Court of Appeal. As a result the Criminal Appeal Act
1995 established the Criminal Cases Review Commission as an
executive Non-Departmental Public Body
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