Beet And Others v The United Kingdom: ECHR 1 Mar 2005

ECHR Judgment (Merits and Just Satisfaction) – Violation of Art. 5-1 with regard to one applicant; Violation of Art. 5-5 with regard to one applicant; Violation of Art. 6-1+6-3-c with regard to four applicants; Non-pecuniary damage – financial award (with regard to one applicant); Non-pecuniary damage – finding of violation sufficient (with regard to four applicants); Pecuniary damage – claim rejected; Costs and expenses partial award.
The applicant said that he had been unlawfully detained in prison for two days.
Held: He was awarded 5,000Eur.
Casadevall P
58927/00, (2005) 41 EHRR 23, 47676/99, 58923/00, [2005] ECHR 144, [2006] RA 384
Bailii
European Convention on Human Rights
Cited by:
CitedFaulkner, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for Justice and Another SC 1-May-2013
The applicants had each been given a life sentence, but having served the minimum term had been due to have the continued detention reviewed to establish whether or not continued detention was necessary for the protection of the pblic. It had not . .

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