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Justice for Women is a feminist campaigning organisation that supports, and advocates on behalf of, women who have fought back against or killed violent male partners.

A letter from Stacey Hyde to her supporters.

"Dearest Everyone, I just want to say how thankful I am for everyone's support and how much it means to me. You all gave me the strength to never give up and now through the help of others my appeal has been successful. This was and still is a hard journey for me but I have realised it's not just about me anymore, it is much bigger. I had a letter from someone saying that I have given them hope to fight for justice and not to give up. Maybe that is why God chose me to go through all of this because I had friends to help me when I fell but also so I could give hope to others. It is not over yet and I don't know when it will be but please know that I am grateful to everyone. The truth always comes out, you just need people to believe in it. Thank you for believing in me."

Latest news: Stacey Hyde retrial to take place from April 15th 2015 at Winchester Crown Court.

Following Stacey's full appeal hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice on 13th November 2014, Stacey's appeal has been granted, her murder conviction has been quashed, and a retrial has been ordered. The retrial is expected to last approximately two weeks.


On the 8thMarch 2010, at the age of only 18, Stacey was convicted of murdering Vince Francis, and sentenced to life imprisonment.   


This is a miscarriage of justice.  Stacey is not a murderer.

You can read more about Stacey's case here or donate below.


Immediate help

If you are a woman who has experienced or is experiencing domestic violence you can get help, you are not alone, and you do not need to put up with it:
  • In an emergency dial 999.
  • For dedicated help and support call the 24-hour National Domestic Violence Freephone Helpline on 0808 2000 247. This helpline is run in partnership between Women's Aid and Refuge. See also www.nationaldomesticviolencehelpline.org.uk
  • For legal advice contact Rights of Women on 020 7251 6577 for family law, 020 7251 8887 for criminal law, 020 7490 7689 for immigation / asylum law and 020 7608 1137 for women in London. See http://rightsofwomen.org.uk/get-advice/ for opening times.

You can find information on other sources of support here:


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