Review proceedings cost a great deal of time and money. Overturning a decision generally requires new expert research. The government makes no financial contribution whatsoever to such research, and convicted persons are in theory required to finance the research themselves. The threshold is so prohibitively high that many people are unable to instigate review proceedings.
Following her acquittal in 2010, Ina Post, a Dutch woman who was wrongfully convicted, established the Ina Post Fund to help people in such circumstances. Would you like to help make the world more just? All donations are welcome, and can be made to following account.