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In a statement on the site, they said: "Ched and those who closely support him have always maintained that he was wrongly convicted and, using new information that was not presented at his trial, we expect that in time his conviction will be quashed.
The conviction and sentence of the appellant, consequentially, are hereby quashed," Justice Musa Mohammad said.
Their convictions were quashed last month but so far they have been denied full reasons why.
The charges were quashed several weeks ago, yet we are still in the same position.
His 1978 convictions have now also been ruled unsafe and quashed.
His barrister, Simon Laws QC, argued problems in the way the trial judge directed the jury had resulted in an unfair result, which should be quashed.
We expected that the CBI should have got proper advice and acted on that basis," the bench said, indirectly referring to its 2012 verdict by which it had quashed the DA case against Mayawati citing technical reasons and leaving the option open to the agency to lodge a fresh case against her.
Earlier, the Supreme Court had on July 6 quashed the nine-year-long disproportionate assets case against her and had pulled up the CBI for exceeding its jurisdiction by lodging an FIR against her without any direction from it.
Mr Justice Silber, sitting with Lord Justice Moore-Bick and Judge Nicholas Cooke QC, quashed the order because it was "unnecessary" in light of Robinson's open-ended jail term.
PESHAWAR, November 18, 2011 (Frontier Star): The authorities of National Highway Authority (NHA) has quashed toll plaza on highway near Sher Garh upon recommendation of Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Ameer Haider Khan Hoti.
Summary: Rumours that X Factor contestant Kitty Brucknell is being shunned by her housemates have been quashed by the X Factor.
Prosecutors have accepted his conviction must be quashed after the UK Supreme Court ruled he did not receive a fair trial.