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CrowdJustice is the world's platform for crowdfunding legal cases. Raise funds, generate awareness, and make change.
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CrowdJustice 11h
“This will be an unprecedented legal challenge." Crowdfund to support challenge of Parole Board decision by two victims is taking off as hundreds of people get behind the legal action.
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Adam Wagner 12h
Two of Worboy’s victims have launched a crowdfunder to support a legal challenge to the decision and the Parole Board Rules which force it to keep decisions secret. Please support and share this tweet
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CrowdJustice 12h
"This is a case about taking violence against women seriously and improving state accountability to ensure that victims are adequately protected." Read more and support on the case page here:
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Women's March London 14h
Please support John Worboys victims who are crowdfunding to bring legal action to discover why he was granted parole. His victims need answers. via
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Iain Dale 15h
PLEASE DONATE: = Why was John Worboys granted parole? His victims need answers. And £10,000 to fund a legal challenge to the Parole Board. Will you help? We'll be doing a phone-in on this from 6pm on Drive.
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Labour Humanists 15h
Victims of John Worboys are crowdfunding to challenge the parole board to publish their reasons for his release. Well worth your time.
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CrowdJustice 15h
Cases like challenge on emissions targets are critical to applying pressure on the govt. See their case page here:
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CrowdJustice 15h
Hi Rory - just an update for your piece on Worboys - due to overwhelming interest the crowdfund launch has been brought fwd and is live NOW at:
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CrowdJustice 16h
Please note due to overwhelming interest and support the crowdfund challenging Worboys release is live NOW at:
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CrowdJustice 16h
"The victims are asking for the board’s reasons in this case to be made public, arguing that the blanket privacy rule is “overboard, disproportionate and arbitrary” Crowdfunde here:
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Centre for Women's Justice 16h
Two of John ’ 105 victims need your support to challenge the parole board decision to release him. Please spread the word and donate if you can!
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George Osborne 16h
Here’s the link to crowdfunding page for anyone who wants to support the victims of Worboys in their legal challenge - the reaction to our story today has been so positive that it’s gone live a day early
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CrowdJustice 16h
Leader: Worboys victims must be taken seriously. Crowdfund here:
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CrowdJustice 16h
Victims of John Worboys launch legal crowdfund to challenge Parole Board release decision
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CrowdJustice Jan 16
Lucky enough to be heading off for a winter break? If you experience delays to your flights check out this guide to what you might be owed in compensation and how to claim it.
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CrowdJustice Jan 15
Trinidad is one of more than 30 overseas territories, dependencies and Commonwealth states that rely on the UK’s judicial committee of the privy council as their ultimate court of appeal.
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CrowdJustice Jan 15
. have been granted permission to proceed with a judicial review of accountable care contracts in the NHS. Find out more about their third round of crowdfunding and support here.
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CrowdJustice Jan 14
Residents in Bath concerned about the destruction of the Foxhill housing estate are stepping up and raising money for a legal challenge.
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CrowdJustice Jan 13
The heart of the UK's Latin community is under threat - market traders from Seven Sisters in Tottenham have come together to create a legal defence fund.
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CrowdJustice Jan 12
What have the BBC, New York City, Fracking and Trump got in common? They're all featured in The Justice Beat this week. Get your weekly fix of the most interesting legal stories from around the world right here.
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