MOJO Community Project

On the 6th July 2022, MOJO Community Project was launched. The aim of this is to bring their clients together and offer them an alternative to commonly encountered feelings of desperation and isolation, and to provide their clients with the required tools to become functioning members of society.


Family Support

MOJO offers the families of victims of miscarriages of justice support throughout.



“Having your conviction overturned is huge, important and fundamental, but then people are being just thrown out into the world with absolutely nothing because of how they were treated by the state.”  by Charlotte Threipland, from the legal charity Appeal.

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“When someone is finally released their lives are rubble and they have to just start completely again. No job, no career prospects, no home of their own, and psychologically damaged.”  by Charlotte Threipland, from the legal charity Appeal.

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Post Office

Victims of the Post Office scandal and other bigger miscarriage of justice have a separate compensation pot, but wrongfully convicted individuals in lesser known cases receive nothing.

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Decrease in compensation to victims of miscarriage of justice continues to drop;

In 2013/2014, 45 applications were received, five were approved and pay out was £3.5million.

In 2019/2020 98 applications were received, three were approved and pay out was £10,000.

By March 2021, 80 applications had been received, all were refused, and there were no pay outs.

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Exoneration at appeal is not sufficient to merit recognition as a victim of miscarriage of justice.

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Victims of miscarriages of justice receive no compensation, unless they are amongst the few who can actually prove their innocence beyond a reasonable doubt, and therefore most continue to suffer as that is a really high threshold.

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Not Proven Verdict

Scotland’s Not Proven verdict leaves innocent people open to “smears and monstering”, leading to many calls for the Not Proven verdict to be scrapped.

Jim Boyle spent five years in jail for a crime he did not commit but despite having his conviction quashed and being cleared in court, he has found people view the Not Proven verdict as ‘nearly convicted’

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Scottish Daily Express


Victims who are released suddenly from prison without any slow process, have severe and long standing mental health problems as well as a deterioration in their physical health. Miscarriages of Justice Organisation