Human Rights & prisoners

Prisoners Human Rights

In an interesting new case, a prisoner serving a life sentence for murder has obtained legal help worth up to £12,000.00 to challenge his treatment in prison.

The prisoner, David Bieber, is suing the prison service, arguing that his human rights have been breached due to him being  categorised as an  Exceptional Risk prisoner, which in turn means he is in a secure underground unit and prevented from use of prison facilities such as the gym. He argues that his human rights have been breached because he has behaved well.

It will be interesting to see how this case develops, we will keep a “watching brief”. Thanks to this page sponsors, solicitors in manchester.