30 June, 16

Applications for Parole

There are a number of prisoners who are serving mandatory life sentences, discretionary life sentences, indeterminate sentences for public protection and extended sentences for public protection – all of these sentences require the Parole Board to consider the case in order to make a direction for release.

The Prison Law Team can deal with these applications for Parole from start to finish. The first stage is for the case to be considered on the papers by the Parole Board. The person dealing with your case will assist in drafting a written application to the Parole Board. Following review of that case, it is likely that the Parole Board will send the case for an Oral Hearing and the person dealing with your matter will continue to represent you during any hearing before the Parole Board in order to secure the best result as possible.

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