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Page values for "LV v UK 50718/16 (2018) MHLO 22"

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_pageNameOrRedirectLV v UK 50718/16 (2018) MHLO 22

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Sentence

MHT/Parole Board delay

Summary

"Complaint: The applicant complains under Article 5(4) of the Convention that she did not have a speedy review of the legality of her detention. In particular, she contends that her right to a speedy review was violated both by delays on the part of the Public Protection Casework Section and the Parole Board, and from the unnecessary two-stage Tribunal/Parole Board process. Question to the Parties: Was the review of the applicant’s detention which commenced on 24 May 2011 and concluded on 21 March 2013 conducted 'speedily' within the meaning of Article 5(4) of the Convention?" (The first paragraph of the decision is wrong as the applicant's solicitor works for Campbell Law Solicitors.)

Detail
SubjectECHR deprivation of liberty cases Prison law cases
Judicial_history
Judicial_history_first_page
Date2018-03-12
Judges
PartiesLV United Kingdom
CourtEuropean Court of Human Rights
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MHLR
ICLR
Essex
Essex_issue
Essex_page
Other_citations[2018] MHLO 22
Cites
External_links[https://hudoc.echr.coe.int/eng?i=001-182191 HUDOC] (full text)
Judgment