Edward Szuluk v United Kingdom: ECHR 3 Jun 2009

The prisoner complained that the prison had monitored his conversations and communications with his doctor.
Held: The actions were a violation of the prisoner’s article 8 rights.


L Garlicki, P and Judges Sir Nicolas Bratza, G. Bonello, L. Mijovic, P. Hirvela, L. Bianku and N. Vucinic, Deputy Section Registrar F. Araci


[2009] ECHR 845, Times 17-Jun-2009




European Convention on Human Rights 8


Human Rights


See AlsoEdward Szuluk v United Kingdom ECHR 22-Feb-2008
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At administrative courtSzuluk, Regina (on the Application of) v HM Prison Full Sutton Admn 20-Feb-2004
The prisoner was receiving long term health treatment, and objected that his correspondence with the doctor was being read. He was held as a category B prisoner but in a prison also holding category A prisoners, whose mail would be read. The prison . .
At Court of AppealRegina on the Application of Szuluk v The Governor of HMP Full Sutton and the Secretary of State for the Home Department CA 29-Oct-2004
Right of prison to read correspondence with doctor . .
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Updated: 04 August 2022; Ref: scu.374724