Law firm Thompsons are already planning to take test cases to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission.
What does SCCRC stand for?
SCCRC stands for Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (est. 1999; UK)
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The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission say he may have suffered a miscarriage of justice in the sentence he received.
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission document says he met his mistress twice in December 1988 - including the night before the bombing.
The previously secret payments were uncovered by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC), which investigates possible miscarriages of justice.
The new legal hearing began in Edinburgh nearly two years after the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission referred the case for appeal, saying there were grounds to suspect that a miscarriage of justice may have occurred.
An appeal hearing was to begin in Edinburgh nearly two years after the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission referred the case of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, pictured, to the appeal court.
In June 2007, the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission gave six grounds for believing a "miscarriage of justice may have occurred," chief among them that the evidence given by the prosecution's witness Tony Gauci, who identified Al Megrahi, was flawed.
Last year, the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission studied new evidence and decided it was enough to justify Megrahi being granted another appeal.