The legal options for the Hillsborough families
Published 30 September 2012 By: John Shea
Following the recent publication of the Hillsborough Independent Panel's report into the Hillsborough disaster, the Hillsborough Family Support Group ("HFSG") are now considering escalating their quest for justice by pursuing three possible legal avenues namely, asking the Attorney General to apply for a new inquest into the disaster, demanding the Director of Public Prosecutions to launch an immediate investigation into criminal prosecutions and applying for civil proceedings to be reopened.
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