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PAROLE BOARD HEARINGS:
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PAROLE BOARD HEARINGS: LAW & PRACTICE
ISBN: 978 1 903307 64 9
Simon Creighton & Hamish Arnott
“Prison law text books do not come any better than this: easy to read, easy to understand and at a price anyone can afford.”
Mark Leech FRSA,
Director: Institute of Prison Law
To anyone who knows anything about Prison Law the names Simon Creighton and Hamish Arnott are synonymous with prison law excellence and expertise – and this book on Parole Hearings is another fine example of why they are so deserving of that reputation.
PAROLE BOARD HEARINGS: LAW & PRACTICE – **FREE PACKING AND POSTAGE**Author: Simon Creighton and Hamish Arnott
Parole Board Hearings: law and practice is a comprehensive guide to the law governing Parole Board Hearings, and the legal practice too.
416 pages, Price: 30.00 inc p&p
Edition: Secondt (December 2009)
Parole Board Hearings: law and practice
Author: Hamish Arnott and Simon Creighton
Parole Board Hearings: law and practice is a key text written specifically for lawyers, prison officials, probation officers and prisoners.
Edition: Second (December 2009) 416pp
Sir David Latham, Chairman of the Parole Board (from the foreword).
The first edition of Parole Board Hearings, published in 2006, was heralded as being the first book dedicated to explaining the decision-making powers and procedures of the Parole Board. There have been a number of notable developments since the first edition. The Parole Board (Amendment) Rules 2009 – which remove the right to an oral hearing for lifers and IPPs – are comprehensively covered by the authors. Also new to this edition are the new procedures for victims’ attendance at parole hearings, the proposed changes to the public funding of parole cases and the implications of the House of Lords’ decision in James and others on article 5, accessing courses and delays.
This new edition builds on the strengths of the original publication, providing detailed, practical guidance on the following key areas:
Effective representation for prisoners at Parole Board hearings
Challenging Parole Board decisions
Other organisations involved in the parole process
Risk assessment carried out by the Parole Board
Determinate and indeterminate sentences
The test applied for release
Oral hearings procedure
Life sentence review by the Parole Board
Recall to prison
Judicial and non-judicial remedies
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