The principle that no-one should be placed at risk – ‘in jeopardy’ – of being convicted of a criminal offence for which they have already been punished. For example, in most circumstances if you have been on trial and found not guilty you cannot be put on trial for the same offence again even if there is new evidence.
Human Rights don’t stop at prison gates. It is time to end routine strip searching of people in prison!
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