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Tuesday, 28 February 2017

I am happy to hear this week Two imates sentenced to an IPP have been released on paper.


Where is there  free legal advice on offer

THE UNIVERSITY OF LAW

0800 289997 (UK) +44 (0)1483 216000 (International)
As part of our training programme for the lawyers of the future, The University of Law pro bono programme provides free legal advice to members of the public.
All our advisers are postgraduate students who are training to become solicitors or barristers. They are supervised by experienced lawyers.
Legal Clinics
For all of our clinics a student will first take specific details regarding your enquiry via a telephone interview. Your matter will then be assessed by a supervising solicitor and if deemed suitable will then be allocated to one of our clinics.
Contacting
When contacting us please provide a brief summary of your problem together with a contact number. As emails and telephone messages are monitored by student volunteers there may be a delay in us responding to your query

For information on services in your area, please select http://www.law.ac.uk/about/legal-advice-for-the-public/
http://law.custhelp.com/app/ask
 

The Prisoners’ Advice Service

 is an independent registered charity offering free legal advice and support to adult prisoners in England and Wales. We do this through our telephone advice line, letters clinic and legal outreach sessions, They pursue prisoners’ complaints about their treatment in prison by providing advice and information and, where appropriate, taking legal action.
•PAS produces the quarterly Prisoners’ Legal Rights Bulletin, in order to share updates on key ...Prison Law cases with prisoners, human rights organisations and legal professionals.
•Examples of issues we can advise on include: parole, temporary release, life sentences, categorisation, mother and baby units, adjudications, sentence calculation, and licenses and recalls.

Guidance, Legal aid:  exceptional case funding

Sometimes people can get legal aid even though their case is not in the scope of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO).
This is known as exceptional case funding (ECF). An ECF team within the Legal Aid Agency (LAA) deals with these cases.
To qualify for ECF, you must meet the ECF criteria as set out in LASPO 
 

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