Professor Carolyn Hoyle is leading a small team of researchers working on projects relating to wrongful convictions. Her research on the Criminal Cases Review Commission (with Dr Mai Sato) is due to be published by Oxford University Press in 2017. Her research on the experiences of those wrongly accused of abuse in occupations of trust (with Dr Ros Burnett and Naomi-Ellen Speechley) is now published in a report. She supervises two doctoral theses; one – by Emma Burtt - on the pains of imprisonment as experienced by those claiming to be victims of miscarriages of justice, the other – by Laura Tilt – on the experiences of the wrongly convicted after their convictions are overturned by the Court of Appeal and they are released from prison.