The prisoner, subject to a term of imprsonment for public protection, and had completed thr tariff period. He now challenged the decision of the Board not to direct his relase and or transfer to open conditions.
Held: The appeal failed. The test for release from IPP mirrored the test for imposition of a sentence of IPP.
Arden, Dysin, Moore-Bick LJJ
 EWCA Civ 1016
England and Wales
Appeal From – Bayliss, Regina (on the Application of) v the Parole Board and Another Admn 13-Nov-2008
The prisoner who had been made subject to an Imprisonment for Public Protection order had completed his tariff, and now challenged the decision of the respondent Board to order neither his release nor a transfer to an open prison.
Held: The . .
Cited – Sturnham, Regina (on The Application of) v The Parole Board of England and Wales and Another (No 2) SC 3-Jul-2013
From 4 April 2005 until 3 December 2012, English law provided for the imposition of sentences of imprisonment for public protection (‘IPP’). The Court addressed the practical and legal issues resulting from the new system.
Held: The decision . .
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Updated: 04 August 2022; Ref: scu.375975