In 2008, 15-year-old Jordan Cunliffe was sentenced to life in prison for murder. Although the judge accepted he was blind and took no part in the violence that led to the victim's death, he was convicted under a controversial law known as joint enterprise. Mischa Wilmers speaks to his mother about the fight for justice and why her campaign for urgent legal reform is gathering momentum.
|Jordan was 15 at the time of the murder|
Meanwhile the Cunliffe family were forced to come to terms with Jordan’s fate.
|Janet visiting Jordan in prison|
For the Cunliffe family and hundreds of others that review can’t come soon enough. Until then, the focus is back on Jordan’s appeal which offers him a source of hope and a reason, however small, to continue fighting.